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Etherington et al. 1991
Etherington, D. E., S. Kraus, and D. Perlis. 1991. Nonmonotonicity and the scope of reasoning. Artificial Intelligence 52:221-262.

McCarthy 1959
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McCarthy 1980
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McCarthy 1986
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McCarthy 1987
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McCarthy 1989
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McCarthy 1990
McCarthy, J. 1990. Formalizing Common Sense: Papers by John McCarthy. Ablex Publishing Corporation.

McCarthy 1993
McCarthy, J. 1993. Notes on Formalizing Context. In IJCAI-93.

McCarthy and Hayes 1969
McCarthy, J., and P. J. Hayes. 1969. Some Philosophical Problems from the Standpoint of Artificial Intelligence. In B. Meltzer and D. Michie (Eds.), Machine Intelligence 4, 463-502. Edinburgh University Press.

John McCarthy
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