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Pyle, A.J.
Pyle, Andrew
Pyle, Andrew John
Pyle, Andrew ((philosopher))
Dates: 
1955-
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Brown, Stuart C. (1938-)
Grayling, A. C.
Grayling, A.C. (1949-)
Grayling, Anthony C. (1949-)
Iribarren, Isabel
Mill, John Stuart (1806-1873)
Pearson, Karl (1857-1936)
Ross, J. C. (17..-18.. politologue)
Sadler, Michael Thomas
Sugiyama, Chūhei
Watts, Isaac (1674-1748)
Weyland, John
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analysis of sensations, The
Atomism and its critics problem areas associated with the development of the atomic theory of matter from Democritus to Newton
Beiträge zur Analyse der Empfindungen
boyle on science and the mechanical philosophy: a reply to chalmers
common sense of the exact science, The
Comte's philosophy of the science
Continuum encyclopedia of British philosophy, The
dictionary of seventeenth-century british philosophers, The
Effects of civilization on the people in European states [entitled, "An essay on the principle of population"] with observations on the principal conclusion in Mr. Malthus's Essay on population
Encyclopedia of British philosophy
examination of opinions maintained in the "Essay on the principles of population", An
few doubts as the correctness of some opinions generally entertained on the subjects of population and political economy, A
grammar of science, The
Horae lyricae, poems, chiefly of the lyric kind : with a memoir of the author
Hume's Dialogues concerning natural religion : a reader's guide
hume's dialogues on natural religion
Illustrations and proofs of the Principle of population
inquiry concerning the population of nations containing a refutation of Mr Malthus's Essay on population, An
inquiry into the principle of population, An
Key philosophers in conversation, 1999:
Key philosophers in conversation : the Cogito interviews
law of population, The
Liberty, 1994:
Liberty : contemporary responses to John Stuart Mill
Malebranche, 2002:
Matter and motion
New ideas on population being the first work on population in the English language recommending birth control with remarks on the theories of Malthus and Godwin
origins of modern philosophy of science 1830-1914, The
philosophy of the inductive sciences, The
Popular lectures on scientific subjects
Population, c1994:
preliminary discourse on the study of natural philosophy, A
principles of population and production, The
principles of science, The
rationality of the chemical revolution, the
Remarks on a late publication
reply to the "Essay on population" by the rev. T. R. Malthus in a series of letters, to which are added extracts from the "Essay" with notes, A
Science and method
Selected works of Isaac Watts
study of natural philosophy, The
subjection of women, The : contemporary responses to John Stuart Mill
Two lectures on population
Utilitarianism
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