Curt John Ducasse
Curt John Ducasse (7 July 1881 – 3 September 1969) was a philosopher of mind and aesthetics who primarily wrote on art, religion and reincarnation.
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- Ducasse (1941): Ducasse, Curt John. (1941) Philosophy as a Science: Its Matter and Its Method. New York: Oskar Piest, Veritas Press Inc..
- Ducasse (1960): Ducasse, Curt John. (1960) John F. W. Herschel's Methods of Experimental Inquiry. In Madden (Ed.) (1960), 153-182.
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