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Locke, D. (1961). Strawson's auditory universe. The Philosophical Review, 70(4), 518–532. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: en: English
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DOI: 10.2307/2183611
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 318108
BibTeX citation key: Locke1961
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Keywords: Definition of sound
Creators: Locke
Publisher: Duke University Press
Collection: The Philosophical Review
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Abstract
"In his recent book Individuals P. F. Strawson introduces a universe of sounds and uses this device to highlight certain points concerning our own and other possible conceptual schemes. I would like to examine this chapter for I feel that both Strawson's procedure and his conclusions are suspect."
  
Notes

A critical response to (Strawson 1971/1959).



Strawson, P. F. (1971). Individuals: An essay in descriptive metaphysics. London: Methuen. (Original work published 1959).
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