Higher-Order Indeterminacy
Parsons (Terence)
Source: Parsons - Indeterminate Identity, 2000, Chapter 12
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  1. We have indeterminacy if there is a question that has no answer; we have higher-order indeterminacy when it is indeterminate whether a certain question has an answer.
  2. There might not be any higher-order indeterminacy, but in case there is, two accounts of it are offered. The theory from earlier chapters can be accommodated within either account.

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Footnote 1: Taken from "Parsons (Terence) - Indeterminate Identity: Analytical Table of Contents".

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