A practical solution to the problem of empty singular thought
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This chapter develops a distinction between practically and classically oriented thought about particulars, and it argues that this distinction generates an improvement on extant accounts of cases of essayed singular thought where there is no object that the essayed thought is about.
Dickie , I 2014 , A practical solution to the problem of empty singular thought . in M García-Carpintero & G Martí (eds) , Empty Representations : Reference and Non-Existence . Oxford University Press (OUP) , pp. 215-244 . https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199647057.003.0009
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