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"VVuaT is it that renders two exactly similar material objects numerically different from one another? One possible answer to this question is that the two objects have different relationalExpand
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Success Strategies for Design Professionals
We call these the SuperPositioning principles a family of understandable principles from which almost any firm of design professionals can devise its own best strategy. Expand
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Properties, abstracts, and the axiom of infinity
  • H. Hochberg
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • J. Philos. Log.
  • 1977
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Introducing Analytic Philosophy: Its Sense and its Nonsense, 1879-2002
Philosophy took a "linguistic turn" in the twentieth century that was marked by the focus on theories of meaning, reference, description, predication and truth. Starting with the roots of theExpand
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Intentionality, Logical Structure, and Bergmann's Ontology
Bergmann has held that thoughts, like propositions, pick out their truth conditions in that a thought stands in a fundamental logical relation, M (meaning), to one and only one fact.' Thoughts, soExpand
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Relations and Predicates
Interest in the age-old problems of universals and individuation has received a new impetus from the current revival of ontology in the analytic tradition, the development of theories of individualExpand
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A refutation of moderate nominalism
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Natural Necessity and Laws of Nature
  • H. Hochberg
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Science
  • 1 September 1981
The paper considers recent proposals by Armstrong, Dretske, and Tooley that revive the view that statements of laws of nature are grounded by the existence of higher order facts relating universals.Expand
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Space, Time, and Creation.
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