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Logic and Logical Philosophy 4:3-39 (2003)
|Abstract||Much of our naive reasoning about space involves reasoning about holes and holed objects. We put things in holes, through holes, around them; we jump out of a hole or fall into one; we compare holes, measure them, enlarge them, fill them up|
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