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Jim Balter

"Only problem: instead of being cubes, they’re spheres."

I have a pair of such dice. They aren't *completely* useless because they are hollow and have a bean inside that eventually settles, but when I included them in a group of six dice for a game of Farkle, they drove my friends crazy and they bought me some "regular" ones.

That aside: There is no one better than Dennett at illustrating a point, presenting a philosophical argument in clear language, or building intellectual bridges.

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Here's a link to my past blogging (and discussions involving me) at: New APPS.


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