Sorensen's Disappearing Act: A Response

Gregory Fowler
University of Rochester
Roy Sorensen has discussed a scenario he calls 'the Disappearing Act', introduced a puzzle based on this scenario, and offered a solution to this puzzle. We argue against Sorensen's solution and offer our own.
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