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|Abstract||A short follow-up to Anna Mahtani’s paper ‘Can Vagueness Cut Out at Any Order?’. I describe a model implementing Mahtani's idea of “variable accessibility ranges” in which, for every n, there is a sentence that is nth-order vague but n+1th-order precise, in the sense of Williamson’s paper ‘On the Structure of Higher-Order Vagueness’.|
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