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I'm pretty sure I was the student of only one person on the list- Paul Guyer. Still, a very good person to have studied under.

Is there anything else to say about the Schwitzgebel-SEP-top-266-list

It seems to me that _most_ of the people at the top did important work in several areas- often very different areas, but in most cases, on lots of topics, at least. That's not surprising, of course, but surely is worth thinking about, when thinking about such lists.

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


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