The Introduction of Particulars Into Discourse
Strawson (Peter)
Source: Strawson - Individuals, Chapter 6.2
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Sections

  1. Can the above account of the conditions of introducing particulars into propositions be supplemented with an account of the conditions of introducing particulars into discourse? The conditions of success in any such attempt. – 198
  2. Feature-concepts and sortal1 universals2: the introduction of basic particulars involves the adoption of criteria of re-identification. – 202
  3. The logical complexity of particulars and the 'completeness' of logical subject-expressions. Particulars the paradigm logical subjects. – 210

Comment:

Part II: Logical Subjects; Chapter 5. Subject and Predicate (2): Logical Subjects and Particular Objects

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