Identity and Vagueness
Thomason (Richmond H.)
Source: Philosophical Studies 43, 1982, pp. 329-32
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    It has been said that identities cannot be vague. I present models in which they can be vague, and suggest that these models follow from plausible intuitions about vagueness and the logic of identity1.

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From "Noonan (Harold), Ed. - Identity".

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