Princeton University Press (1997)

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Carol Rovane argues that, as things stand, the debate is unresolvable since both sides hold coherent positions that our common sense will embrace.
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ISBN(s) 0691017166   9780691017167   0691017166 (alk. paper)   0691655049
DOI 10.1093/mind/111.441.170
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