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Thus the (excellent) historian of neuroscience Anne Harrington: ``I didn't come to praise the Leipzig school; I came to bury them, or at least to try to elucidate their historical success in the context of their time.'' The quote is from p. 311 of Anne Harrington (ed.), So Human a Brain: Knowledge and Values in the Neurosciences (Boston: Birkhäuser, 1992).

There is a good discussion of undercutting and similar sorts of logical sapping on pp. 140ff of William Poundstone's Labyrinths of Reason, a book it is hard to praise too highly.