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Adriano Palma

I have the bizarre impression that (what I woudl suggest was) one of the best analytical philosopher, the late bob nozick would run afoul of all of this. consider INVARIANCES, belknap 2001. the text is not solving a puzzle but structuring a theory of what an invariant is which makes for a particular property of something (the property being objective) - I am unsure of your own view, whether some such systematicity would qualify the work as not being philosophy, or anot being analytical philosophy, or what

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