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Philosophy summary of W.V.O Quine "On What there is"

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Philosophy summary of W.V.O Quine "On What there is"
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Argumentative Summary “On What there is” by William Quine
The author starts his paper with a dogmatic undertone but over the course he shifts to conciliatory tone. The major cause behind is the fact that he finds the existence of Pegasus and universals unacceptable and baseless. Thus, he deems it untrue, however on the other hand, though there are various entities in the field of mathematics that he could not justify, yet he was compelled not to discard them.
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