Cosmic Xerox Machines, Tattoo Removal, and Defining 'Physicalism' (2018)
CitationCampbell D (2018). Cosmic Xerox Machines, Tattoo Removal, and Defining 'Physicalism'. Victoria University, Wellington: 2018 AAP conference. 08/07/2018-12/07/2018.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research50 - Philosophy and religious studies::5003 - Philosophy::500309 - Metaphysics
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