Particulars, Events, and Actions

@inproceedings{Brand1976ParticularsEA,
  title={Particulars, Events, and Actions},
  author={M. Brand},
  year={1976}
}
Philosophers of logic and language often make a distinction between three types of linguistic items: (i) singular terms, including names; (ii) predicates; (iii) sentences. There is a corresponding distinction between three types of objects: (i′) particulars; (ii′) properties; (iii′) propositions. Of course, this is a prima facie ontological division. Some persons have argued, for example, that there are no… Expand
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