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287 For you took it, taking a look, that he was there, supposing quite correctly that things would not have looked that way unless he was. (This is not Dretske's example, but I hope it does not botch his point.) The third point, implicit of course in those others, is-that, while in a sense what we can see is simply what is there to be seen, there is no such(More)
Dermoid cysts are rare developmental teratomatous lesions composed of ectodermally derived stratified squamous epithelium and mesodermally derived skin adnexal structures. As part of the teratomatous lesion group, dermoid cysts are related to teratoid cysts, true teratomas, and epignathi. Although several theories have been postulated, the pathogenesis of(More)
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