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V. Alan White

Might all this support a view of Lewis as holding some sort of pragmatism about methodology if not the ultimate truth of philosophical enterprises? At some juncture descriptive points about the flexibility of method just concede skepticism about final, objective truth--did Lewis cross that point here? If he did, then short of Feyerabend, van Fraassen is the next stop.

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