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12/07/2012

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Alex

Some countries (e.g. France, if I remember correctly) have rules forbidding you from assigning readings in foreign languages at the undergrad level (at least for mandatory readings). And that's why most of the works that get translated into French are either classic books (e.g. van Fraassen's 'The Scientific Image) or classic papers (which then go into anthologies), which are prime teaching material for undergrad classes.

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