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Joseph Almog
University of Turku
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Lucky is the writer whose commentators combine perceptiveness and grace. My two commentators delved deeply into the framework I assume in WAI. Where they see gaps, they elegantly nudge the discussion towards needed extensions/clarifications. Both use the monograph to launch searching metaphysical questions—about method and content. I will take up matters of method first, then turn to specific questions in the interpretation of Descartes and the metaphysics of essence/necessity/conceivability.
Keywords Analytic Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  Philosophy of Mind
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