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Research Publications

A New Argument for the Rationality of Perception

23 September 2020


Material through and through

1 August 2020

In: PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, 177 (8), pp. 2431-24...

A new puppet puzzle

29 July 2020


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  • From Philosophical Investigations
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosophy unravels the knots in our thinking; hence its results must be simple, but its activity is as complicated as the knots that it unravels ”

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