The Dialectic of Contraries and Exact Resemblances

Review of Metaphysics 4 (3):343 - 358 (1951)
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Abstract

The phrase "identity in difference" has been regarded by some thinkers as a matter of mere mystery-mongering. How can differences nevertheless be identical? The phrase is transparently absurd.

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