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Author: Inga Bones

marches into account and ask about the reasons for the discomfort we feel when faced with them. Black (1937: 433), to whom we owe the very first forced-march scenario (according to my inquiry, at least), correctly observes that any ›normal‹ [subject, I.B.] inspecting the series finds extreme

In: How to Swim in Sinking Sands
Author: Inga Bones

As a consequence, vagueness-related uncertainty is resistant to further inquiry. For instance, the uncertainty regarding the truth or falsity of the proposition expressed by ›The leaf in this picture is green,‹ felt by the nature photographer encountered in the introduction, is not diminished by

In: How to Swim in Sinking Sands