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From the Publisher"The decades of research since Identity and Discrimination was first published have shown how badly a theory of indiscriminability is needed for understanding a wide range of philosophical problems. Williamson's discussion has numerous applications in metaphysics, epistemology, and the philosophy of mind."
--Susanna Siegel, Harvard University
"This is the first book of one of our greatest philosophers. Unrelenting in his clear, thorough style, Williamson presents a groundbreaking epistemic account of indiscriminability. The unified vision underlying some of Williamson's best-known subsequent work---on vagueness, identity, and knowledge---emerges here."
--Delia Graff Fara, Princeton University