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Hello--I am working my way through Luciano Floridi's Philosophy of Information (Oxford 2011). Troubled. Seems to me LF is basically just engaged in a redescription of semantics, in which "information" does little more work than the stone in the soup. Grateful for any feedback. JD Fleming