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References Åkerman, Jonas and Greenough, Patrick. 2010. Hold the Context Fixed: Vagueness Still Remains. In Cuts and Clouds: Vagueness, its Nature, and its Logic . Edited by Dietz, Richard and Moruzzi, Sebastian. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 275-88. Bobzien, Susanne. 2010. Higher-order Vagueness, Radical Unclarity, and Absolute Agnosticism. Philosophers’ Imprint 10: 1-30. Bobzien, Susanne. 2012. If it’s Clear, then it’s Clear that it’s Clear, or is it? Bobzien, Susanne Higher-order Vagueness and the S4 Axiom. In Episteme, etc. Edited by Katerina

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reasons. In order to capture this fact — and to interpret the D opera- tor in a way that enables him to meet the challenges posed by higher- order vagueness and the liar hierarchy — Field designs a new seman- tic framework setting out from the previous one: an algebraic seman- tics where ½ is replaced with an infinity of truth-values. The details are quite involved and the basic insights make room for different concretions, but (even from this poor and brief sketch of some of Field’s ideas) it seems clear that there is no obvious way to character- ize a natural