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Discourse


THE JOURNAL OF THE ST. LAWRENCE INSTITUTE
Discourse is published biannually by the St Lawrence Institute. An open forum of debate, Discourse encourages the contributions of all its readers, whether these are articles for publication, questions, or suggested subjects of interest. Those interested in contributing to the Journal should read the Call for Articles first and then contact the Editor to discuss their proposed submission.

DISCOURSE 12 - SUMMER 1993

FROM THE EDITOR: THE PHILOSOPHICAL SCIENCE OF POLITICS: The St. Lawrence Institute regrets that this article is unavailable for copyright reasons. We are trying to persuade the copyright holder to grant us permission to post it on the Web, so keep checking back! In the meantime, if you canít wait, contact the Institute for a paper copy today! Supplies are limited, so first come, first served.

THE BOMBING OF BRIAN McKENNA:

WORDPLAY: MAN, MARKETS AND LANGUAGE: (ISBN 0-9695121-2-0)

DISCOURSE 13 - WINTER 1994

FROM THE EDITOR: TOTALITARIAN GEOGRAPHY: WAS DEWEY A MARXIST?: IS THE PRACTICUM PRACTICAL?: (ISBN 0-9695121-3-9)

DISCOURSE 14, FALL 1995

FROM THE EDITOR: THE INTELLECTUALS AND SOCIALISM: The St. Lawrence Institute regrets that this article is unavailable for copyright reasons. We are trying to persuade the copyright holder to grant us permission to post it on the Web, so keep checking back! In the meantime, if you canít wait, contact the Institute for a paper copy today! Supplies are limited, so first come, first served.

LISTENING TO THE MORAL SENSE:

COSMOPOLITANISM THEN AND NOW: THE AREOPAGITICA: (ISBN : 0-9695121-4-7)

THE ARCHIVES:
Selected articles from older issues of Discourse which we thought you might enjoy.


The articles included in Discourse represent the views of the authors and not those of the Institute nor any of its Directors or Officers. Discourse is not subject to copyright. Copyright, if any, rests with the author, unless otherwise noted. Permission to reprint an article may be obtained through the Institute, provided suitable acknowledgement as to original source is made.

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