Projectibility and Strange Languages
Hirsch (Eli)
Source: Hirsch - Dividing Reality, 1993, Chapter 2
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Sections

  1. Goodman's Problem and the Division Problem – 31
  2. The Projectibility Principle – 32
    a. Projectible Terms – 32
    b. The Epistemological Claim – 34
    c. The Similarity Principle – 36
    d. Another Argument for the Epistemological Claim – 38
    e. Transcendental Arguments and the Epistemological Claim – 39
  3. Projectibility and Ostensive Learning – 40
  4. Projectibility – Similarity – and Individuation1 – 44
    a. Strange Similarity Classes – 45
    b. Intrinsic Similarity Classes – 46
    c. Similarity and Salience – 47
    d. Predictable Things – 48

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