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Times Higher Education SupplementA complex and subtle depiction of a highly irregular conceptual terrain. . . . Sher's discussion is sure to play an important part in future thinking about desert. It has many virtues, foremost among them its thoroughness and clarity and its refusal to dodge difficulties. It represents a stimulating and educative contribution to several different areas of philosophical debate, and on all these grounds deserves to be widely read.
— A. C. Grayling