Philosophical Method and The Theory of Predication and Identity

@article{Castaeda1978PhilosophicalMA,
  title={Philosophical Method and The Theory of Predication and Identity},
  author={H. Casta{\~n}eda},
  journal={No{\^u}s},
  year={1978},
  volume={12},
  pages={189}
}
This is at once a study on philosophical method, a sketch of a comprehensive theory of predication, individuation, and identity, and an appraisal of tests for this theory proposed by Romane Clark. Clark's very interesting and challenging "Not Every Object of Thought Has Being: A Paradox in Naive Predication Theory" ([1]) is both ambitious and flattering to me. In it Clark attempts, first, to prove a contradiction in naive predication theory, and it takes my views on predication, individuation… Expand
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