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William Wimsatt

Hi Eric-- I think that this is a nice point, it fits with his broader fallibilism (Nature as full of contraptions as contrivance) and I do not know of anyone else who has made it. But I am not a Darwin scholar. Cheers! We are off to Pitt for the year this coming weekend. Warm regards, Bill

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