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January 15th, 2009

The Analytic-Synthetic Distinction

<img src=http://www.newyorker.com/images/2009/01/19/cartoons/090119_cartoon_1_a13890_p465.gif>

<A href=http://www.newyorker.com/humor/issuecartoons/2009/01/19/cartoons_20090112?slide=2#showHeader>(From next Monday’s New Yorker magazine.)</a>

Posted by Kenny Easwaran in Uncategorized

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  1. peter55 says:

    Most of us wouldn’t quote text from some philosopher yet neglect to mention his or her name. Yet, for some reason, otherwise intelligent and reasonable people usually forget to credit the creators of cartoons, especially when describing them to others. This one is by Erik Hilgerdt.

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