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A Conscription Story, 1965-69, Rowan Cahill Jan 1995

A Conscription Story, 1965-69, Rowan Cahill

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Conscription (National Service) was re-introduced to Australia in November 1964, and ended in 1972. Conscripts were randomly selected by a lottery system for 20-year-old males. While it was not publicly known at the time, I in 12 eligible males were actually selected, though this ratio varied according to the number eligible each year and the actual number required by the army; so, for example, in October 1972 the chances of being selected were I in 20.1

Whilst historians tend to refer to conscripts as “men”, it should be remembered that in Australia during the 1960s neither the right to ...


Consciousness Demystified: A Wittgensteinian Critique Of Dennett's Project, Daniel Hutto Jan 1995

Consciousness Demystified: A Wittgensteinian Critique Of Dennett's Project, Daniel Hutto

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers

Presents a critique of D.C. Dennett's work on consciousness by L. Wittgenstein. New state of consciousness.