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This one's great.   (I have to say, if there's anything wrong or surprising in Christensen's -- "minority"? -- position, I'm missing it.   The distinction between evidence and "higher order" evidence seems spurious.  It's all evidence...)  
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“The Slightest Philosophy is an amazing, liberating book that deserves a wide audience. Quee Nelson is a realist in both senses of the term. With verve and wit that cannot be found within Philosophy departments, and with sound learning as well, she has made stone kicking both intellectually respectable and fun.” —Frederick C. Crews, editor of The Norton Anthology of American Literature, author of Postmodern Pooh, Unauthorized Freud, and Follies of the Wise

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