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09/28/2008

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Jonathan Ichikawa

Hi Thomas, I'd like to second your 'thanks' to Thomas and Joachim, and add that it was a pleasure to meet you in Cologne.

Weston

Bravo. Here's to modesty, mutual respect, and cooperation among philosophers of all persuasions.

Anand Vaidya

Thomas, I agree. The conference in the end showed that Experimental Philosophy has important things to say, and interesting insights that philosophers must take seriously. It was a pleasure to finally meet you. I found your paper to be extremely interesting,

Troy Camplin

I would like to invite everyone here to submit works to The Emerson Institute for Freedom and Culture online journal at www.emersoninstitute.org on experimental philosophy, as we are very friendly to this approach to the humanities in general, including philosophy in particular.

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