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This has been wonderful to read. Give us more philosophical prophecy!

Alan Nelson

This is a good story even though it requires bracketing the incoherence of the notion of "completed science."

Eric Schliesser

Yes, the idea is to bracket that (perhaps incoherent) notion while I can isolate the features of philosophy that are not parasitic on science (or images of scientific philosophy, etc.)

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