Wittgenstein and Spinoza on the logic of immanence: Aristides Baltas: Peeling potatoes or grinding lenses: Spinoza and young Wittgenstein converse on immanence and its logic. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press, 2012, 312pp, $65 HB [Book Review]

Metascience 22 (2):465-469 (2013)
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