List of Reviews:
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Volume 1, 1995
Volume 2, 1996
Volume 3, 1997
Volume 4, 1998
Volume 5, 1999
Volume 6, 2000


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Posted 11/19/96:
"Internal Reasons," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, vol. LV (1995), by Michael Smith (Australian National University),
Reviewed by Lee Overton (Wake Forest University) (overtohl@wfu.edu)

Posted beginning 11/11/96:
SYMPOSIUM on "Objectivity and Truth: You'd Better Believe It," Philosophy & Public Affairs, vol. 25, Spring 1996, pp. 87-139, by Ronald Dworkin (New York University and Oxford University).
Commentators: Simon Blackburn, Michael Otsuka, Nicholas Zangwill.

Posted 10/17/96:
Hurka Replies to Critics,
Thomas Hurka (University of Calgary).
See also Symposium on Hurka

Posted beginning 9/17/96:
SYMPOSIUM on "Value Based on Preferences" Economics and Philosophy, April 1996, vol. 12 number 1, pp. 1-27, by Wlodek Rabinowicz (Lund University) and Jan Österberg (Uppsala University).
Commentators: David McNaughton, Martha Nussbaum, Mark van Roojen.

Posted 9/13/96:
"Integrity, Commitment and the Concept of a Person," American Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 1 (January 1996), by Nancy Schauber (University of Richmond),
Reviewed by Duncan Richter (Virginia Military Institute) (richterdj@vmi.edu)

Posted beginning 8/29/96:
SYMPOSIUM on "Monism, Pluralism, and Rational Regret" Ethics, April 1996, vol. 106, No. 3, pp. 555-75, by Thomas Hurka (University of Calgary).
Commentators: Richard Brook, Brad Hooker, Robert Johnson, Michael Stocker, Alison McIntyre.

Posted 7/31/96:
"No Place to Hide: Campbell's and Danielson's Solutions to Gauthier's Coherence Problem" Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, XXXV, No. 2 (1996) 235-40, by Paul Viminitz (University of Waterloo),
Reviewed by Chris MacDonald (University of British Columbia)(chrismac@ethics.ubc.ca)