The Philosophical Quarterly
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|Edited by||Tim Mulgan|
The Philosophical Quarterly is a quarterly academic journal of philosophy established in 1950. It is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Scots Philosophical Club and the University of St Andrews. The current editor-in-chief is Tim Mulgan. Every year the journal holds an Essay Prize.
- "Extreme and Restricted Utilitarianism" (1956) - J.J.C. Smart
- "Rawls’Theory of Justice" (1973) - R.M. Hare
- "Epiphenomenal Qualia" (1982) - Frank Jackson
- "De Re Senses" (1984) - John McDowell
- "Jackson on Physical Information and Qualia" - Terrance Horgan
- "Dispositions and Conditionals" (1994) - C. B. Martin
- "The Content of Perceptual Experience" (1994) - John McDowell
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