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Ideas of Peter Unger, by Text

[American, fl. 1975, Professor at New York University.]

1975 Ignorance: a Case for Scepticism
Intro p.1 No one knows anything, and no one is ever justified or reasonable
1.12 p.42 An evil scientist may give you a momentary life, with totally false memories
2.1 p.53 The meaning of 'know' does not change from courtroom to living room
1979 There are no ordinary things
p.11 There are no objects with proper parts; there are only mereological simples [Wasserman]
p.13 Vague predicates lack application; there are no borderline cases; vague F is not F [Keefe/Smith]