|Abstract||Working with logical techniques pushes the requirement of rigour so high that pressures of complexity enforce a very narrow focus. . . Nontechnical philosophers are naturalists who describe what they see with the naked eye. Logicians examine nature through their microscopes or X-ray cameras: what they see is also an aspect of nature, but a different one.|
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