Here are the graphs I used in class on Wednesday, April 10.

For conspiracy in *de jure* graphs:

The four *de facto* rule, which are post, pass, spy, and find:

The example of *can•know*:

Note the above derivation is wrong as the find rule cannot be applied (it requires that **y** be a subject). So, start after the take rule application:

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