NOTWITHSTANDING the war, the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society suffer no diminution in bulk. During the thirty-eighth session thirteen papers have been given, and two symposia have taken place. Gne of the latter, on the ethical principles of social reconstruction, deals directly with the war and some of its issues. In the other symposium the question is discussed whether the materials of sense—or “presented sensations” as G. E. Moore prefers to phrase it—are affections of the mind.
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.
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