II Are There Black Holes In Logic?

The Monist 71 (3):365-376 (1988)
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Professor Bernstein’s paper raises enough issues for a dozen commentaries. This is my first difficulty, for I can give at most one. Nevertheless, I regard the fact that the paper does raise all these many issues a very great virtue of it. The thinking which it provokes is very rewarding. I have learned a great deal from it.



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