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Elizabeth Barnes and J. Robert G. Williams claim to offer a new ontic theory of vagueness, the kind of theory which considers vagueness to exist not in language but in reality. This paper refutes their claim. The possible worlds they employ are ersatz possible worlds, i.e., sets of sentences....
In formulating the puzzle about cognitive significance in ‘Über Sinn und Bedeutung’, Frege rejects the approach he suggested in the Begriffsschrift on the ground that if the utterance of a sentence of the form a = b (e.g. ‘Hesperus is Phosphorus’) is understood as ‘a’ and ‘b’...
The problem concerns quantifiers that seem to hover between universal and existerntial readings. I argue that they are neither, but a different quantifier that has features of each.
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