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October 31, 2006


P. Spät

Nice paper!

Strange that nearly nobody mentions this paper.

When you search with Google Scholar you get one catch in a book
from 1998
. It's just a short note on Dretske, I think.

Brad Weslake

Nice footnote: "The form "to sire", the natural candidate for this technical notion, was avoided because of its possibly misleading implications".

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