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I agree totally with Thomas's post. Congratulations, Al!! This is another important milestone in bringing together philosophy and empirical science.

This is great news for you, for FSU, and for our area(s) of mutual interest.

Three Cheers!

Another great job, Al!

Congrats Al! The project looks great.

Lots of good work came out of the first grant, and I can't wait to see what comes out of this one. Congrats, Al!

Thomas says it just right--these grants are very good news for our area, and much congrats richly deserved!

Thanks for the kind words.

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