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Self-published Papers

Sylvan favoured the highly-unorthodox practice of self-publishing a vast amount of his work—quite literally, using his own printing press!

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Routley - 1984 - Metaphysical fallout from the nuclear predicament.pdf

Published Papers

Sylvan formally published very little of his nuclear ethics and politics, although a nuclear imaginary is present throughout his ouevre.

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Draft Papers

Sylvan's literary executor encountered an archive in which “all his projects were current", since manuscripts were undated and unattributed.

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Notes, Correspondences and Marginalia

In one obituary, Sylvan's handwriting was said to have "looked like the oscilloscope for a patient in intensive care", and thus "not for the timid".

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