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The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy





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What do philosophers mean by absolute and akrasia? What are Polish notations and prime matter? Is there any link between the gambler's fallacy and the uncertainty principle, or the barber paradox and Ockham's razor? These questions and many more are answered in this illuminating dictionary. Stimulating and authoritative, The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy is the ideal reference for students or teachers of the subject, and for anyone with an interest in philosophy.

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