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Editor’s Note: Readers will be interested to know that this paper is a greatly compressed version of another paper, ‘The Problem of Error in Informational Theories of Representation,’ that won the Rutgers International Prize in Philosophy in 1987. The Rutgers Prize is for an undergraduate essay in philosophy, and is organized by Rutgers University.

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