Ontology, Modality, and the Fallacy of Reference

Philosophical Review 104 (4):630 (1995)
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This study in fundamental ontology calls for rethinking some pedestrian assumptions about what there is and provides the motivation for a new theory of reference. It contains clear, crisp discussions of mereology, identity, reference, and necessity and should be valuable to metaphysicians and philosophers of language.



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