Some answers to Max Urchs’ comments on a paper by A. Bressan
AbstractIn  M. Urchs comments on my paper . I think these comments are very useful, especially because (on p. 38) the author decides to “proceed with some methodological remarks concerning Bressan’s account and his underlying attitude towards logical formalization in general”, and thus he refers not only to .
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