David Robert Lewis (writer & artist), a South African instrumental in the country's alternative counter-culture and the transition to democracy.
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The Collection was formed and managed by Dr DavidLewis, Cataloguing Manager in the University Library from 1966 to 2004, and is named the DavidLewis Collection in recognition of his many years of valued service to the University.
The criteria for inclusion in the DavidLewis Collection include age, value, scarcity, physical condition and special attributes such as quality of binding.
The DavidLewis Collection is situated on Level 3 of the University Library.
David Kellogg Lewis (September 28, 1941 – October 14, 2001) is considered to have been one of the leading analytic philosophers of the latter half of the 20th century.
Lewis was born in Oberlin, Ohio, to a Professor of Government at Oberlin College and a distinguished medieval historian.
Lewis claimed that social conventions, such as the convention in most states that one is driving to the right (not to the left), the convention that the original caller will re-call if a phone conversation is interrupted, etc., are solutions to so-called "'co-ordination problems'".
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