# Aspects of the problem of universals

@inproceedings{Brownstein1973AspectsOT,
title={Aspects of the problem of universals},
author={Donald Brownstein},
year={1973}
}
88 p. 23 cm Conference held Oct. 8-10 Includes bibliographical references University of Kansas author
7 Citations
[1] Gale, G. and Walter, E. "Kordig and the Theory-Ladenness of Observation." Philosophy of Science 40 (1973): 415-432. [2] Hanson, N. R. Patterns of Discovery. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
Propositional logics and Three-Valued Logics (3VL) are useful tools for analyzing the Riemann Hypothesis (RH). Riemann’s "expression" of ζ(s) claims to be convergent throughout half-plane Re(s) ≤ 1
The Dirichlet series of $\zeta(s)$ was long ago proven to be divergent throughout half-plane $\text{Re}(s)\le1$. If also Riemann's proposition is true, that there exists an "expression" of $\zeta(s)$
In [1] George Gale and Edward Walter criticize two of my recent articles on the relation of observation to theory in science ([3], [4]; cf. also [5]). My reply here has three parts. In the first I
In this paper, I examine a puzzle that emerges from what J. P. Moreland has called the traditional realist view of quality instances. Briefly put, the puzzle is to figure out how quality instances
The argument most scholars refer to as “Plato’s Third Man” has been much discussed and variously accounted for. Most of the time logical analysis gets the lion’s share and little attention is paid to
Propositional logics and Three-Valued Logics (3VL) are useful tools for analyzing the Riemann Hypothesis (RH). Riemann’s "expression" of ζ(s) claims to be convergent throughout half-plane Re(s) ≤ 1

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