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|Abstract||This is a paper on George Rey’s views of conceptual analysis (as presented in two version of his paper on philosophical analysis, the second bearing a telling title “Philosophical Analysis as Cognitive Psychology: Thinking About Nothing»), and on his views on a priori. Let me fist mention that I am very happy to comment on these views, and to discuss it with Georges in a conference.[i] I have personally learned a lot from him; in particular, his computationalist view of a priori knowledge has influenced a lot my own thinking on the subject.|
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