Abilities

[Revised entry by John Maier on July 23, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] In the accounts we give of one another, claims about our abilities appear to be indispensable. Some abilities
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[Revised entry by John Maier on July 23, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] In the accounts we give of one another, claims about our abilities appear to be indispensable. Some abilities are so widespread that many who have them take them for granted, such as the ability to walk, or to write one's name, or to tell a hawk from a...

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