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13/01/2011

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Ayaz Manji

Particularly like the 'Allegory of the Trolley Problem Paradox'

http://neuroanthropology.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/trolley-problem-paradox4.jpg

Not being too far out of A-level Philosophy it's a neat summary of two years of study.

Ben Nunquam

Ahh! I had forgotten about this. I remember stumbling upon this trove when examining his papers challenging Dennett's views and vice-versa.

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