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Congratulations! This is an inspiring story. And it is filled with many great lessons about academic philosophical writing and publishing.
I have had similar experiences, including with my most cited publication (over 130 citations according to Google Scholar). [I have been at this game for a while] But celebrate. You have good reason to.

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