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We would like to thank Karen Kiil Brøcker for helpful discussions on the book, as well as Edouard Machery for comments on the earlier version of this review. This work was supported by and developed as part of the Sapere Aude Project Intuitions in Science and Philosophy funded by Danish Council for Independent Research (Grant Number DFF 4180-00071).
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Drożdżowicz, A., Saint-Germier, P. & Schindler, S. Must philosophy be constrained?. Metascience 27, 469–475 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11016-018-0318-y