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David Malet Armstrong (8 July 1926 – 13 May 2014), often D. M. Armstrong, was an Australian philosopher. He is well known for his work on metaphysics and the philosophy of mind, and for his defence of a factualist ontology, a functionalist theory of the mind, an externalist epistemology, and a necessitarian conception of the laws of nature.
He was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2008.

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by Armstrong, D. M. (David Malet), 1926-2014
London : Routledge & Kegan Paul ; New York : Humanities Press, 1961
 
 
by Armstrong, D. M. (David Malet), 1926-2014
London : Routledge & K. Paul ; New York : Humanities Press, 1962
 
 
Kokoro no yuibutsuron / D. M. Āmusutorongu cho ; Suzuki Noboru yaku
心の唯物論 / D.M.ア-ムストロング著 ; 鈴木登訳
Uniform title: A materialist theory of the mind. Japanese
by Armstrong, D. M. (David Malet), 1926-2014
Tōkyō : Keisō Shobō, 1996
東京 : 勁草書房, 1996
 
 
by Armstrong, D. M. (David Malet), 1926-2014
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1983
 
 
 
 
 
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