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Mind is a well-respected British journal, currently published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Mind Association, which deals with philosophy in the analytic tradition. It was founded by Alexander Bain in 1876 with George Croom Robertson as editor. With the death of Robertson in 1891, George Stout to over the editorship and began a 'New Series'. The current editor is Professor Thomas Baldwin of the University of York.

Bertrand Russell's famous essay: On Denoting, was first published in a 1905 issue of Mind.

Alan Turing first proposed the Turing test in a 1950 issue of Mind.[1]

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