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The Status of Determinism

Erratum: Jonathan Bennett The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 14, No. 55. (Nov., 1963), p. 264. Stab

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Erratum: The Status of Determinism Jonathan Bennett The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 14, No. 55. (Nov., 1963), p. 264. Stable URL: The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science is currently published by Oxford University Press.

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realists seem a little dated but only in the sense that their work is now a part of the history of philosophy. The editor's introduction is useful on Brentano, some of whose ideas he has developed in his own book on perception. And he has a very clear summary of the implications for the problem of perceiving of the so-called ' subjectivist argument '. D. J. O'CONNOR

ERRATUM An error has crept into my article 'The Status of DeterminismY,lmaking nonsence of a crucial sentence. On p. 117,tenth line from the bottom, the word not at the end of the h e should be deleted. JONATHAN BENNETT