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Abstract: Argle. I believe in nothing but concrete material objects. Bargle. There are many of your opinions I applaud; but one of your less pleasing characteristics is your fondness for the doctrines of nominalism and materialism. Every time you get started on any such topic, I know we are in for a long argument. Where shall we start this time: numbers, colors, lengths, sets, force-fields, sensations, or what? Argle. Fictions alll I’ve thought hard about every one of them. Bargle. A long evening’s work. Before we start, let me find you a snack. Will you have some crackers and cheese? Argle. Thank you. What spendid Gruyrrel Bargle. You know, there are remarkably many holes in this piece. Argle. There are. Bargle. Got you!Export citation in BibTeX formatExport text citationView this text on PhilPapersExport citation in Reference Manager formatExport citation in EndNote formatExport citation in Zotero format
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