Facta Philosophica 8 (1-2):119-143 (2006)

Andreas Kemmerling
Universität Heidelberg
among philosophers and therefore a short reminder will do. Pierre was a normal speaker of French, before he moved to London and learnt English without ever using any dictionary or similar devices. During his time in France he had heard about London, and because of what he..
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