An infinitely descending chain of ground without a lower bound

Philosophical Studies 173 (5):1361-1369 (2016)
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Using only uncontentious principles from the logic of ground I construct an infinitely descending chain of ground without a lower bound. I then compare the construction to the constructions due to Dixon and Rabin and Rabern

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Jon Litland
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