Frank Jackson

(b. 1943)

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Black-Jewish Relations on Trial: Leo Frank and Jim Conley in the New South. By Jeffrey Melnick. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000. xiv, 165 pp. Cloth, $45.00, ISBN 1-57806-286-1. Paper, $18.00, ISBN 1-57806-287-X.)

Blues Run The Game (Frank, Jackson C. album)

Folk Psychology and Tacit Theories: A Correspondence between Frank Jackson, and Steve Stich and Kelby Mason

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Gervase Frank Ashworth Jackson Stops (1947—1995) architectural historian

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Jackson, Frank (1943– )

JACKSON, Frank Cameron (born 1943), Fractional Professor of Philosophy, Australian National University, since 2011 (Professor of Philosophy, 1986–90 and 1992–2007)

JACKSON, Frank Henry (born 1864), Painter, architect

JACKSON, Frank Hilton (1870 - 1960), JP Co. Durham; Canon Emeritus of Durham Cathedral, 1957

JACKSON, Frank Lawson John (1919 - 1976)

JACKSON, Frank Stather (1853 - 1922), Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court since 1921

JACKSON, Frank Whitford (1886 - 1955)

JACKSON-STOPS, Gervase Frank Ashworth (1947 - 1995), Architectural Adviser, National Trust, since 1975

Men at Work: Labour, Masculinities, Development. Edited by Cecile Jackson (London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass & Company, Ltd, 2001. 240 pp. $57.50/cloth)

OKELL, Frank Jackson (1887 - 1950), Suffragan Bishop of Stockport since 1949; Archdeacon of Macclesfield since 1941; Rector of Astbury since 1944

Peter A. Jackson, Michelle Lowe, Daniel Miller, and Frank Mort, eds. Commercial Cultures: Economies, Practices, Spaces. New York: Berg, 2000. vii + 284 pp. ISBN 1‐85973‐377‐8, $65.00 (cloth); 1‐85973‐3824, $19.50 (paper).

Serious Metaphysics: Frank Jackson's Defense of Conceptual Analysis

Stops, Gervase Frank Ashworth Jackson- (1947-1995), architectural historian


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(1943– ).

Australian philosopher of mind, logic, and metaphysics who is noted for his adherence to a representative theory of perception and for his work on conditionals. Jackson is unusual amongst ...

Subjects: philosophy.

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