Substitution arguments and the individuation of belief

@inproceedings{Fodor1989SubstitutionAA,
  title={Substitution arguments and the individuation of belief},
  author={Jerry A. Fodor},
  year={1989}
}
A friction engaging-device having a flywheel, a pressure plate, a clutch disc with pacings on both sides and disposed between the flywheel and pressure plate, a clutch hub connected to the clutch disc to be movable therewith, a spring means for moving the pressure plate toward and away from the flywheel, and a release mechanism connected with the spring means, which device has incorporated therein a thrust means having a cylindrical portion tightly but slidably fitted in a bore formed in the… CONTINUE READING

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