Tag Archives: Theory of Identity

The Simplest Options Possible in the Theory of Identity in Concise Statement

0. In the course of my continued reading and rereading Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P., Reality. A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought,* it has occurred to me that the simplest options possible in the theory of identity are susceptible of very concise statement. … Continue reading

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A Note on Metaphysics, in Partial Response to Peter Hacker’s “Why Study Philosophy?”

0. In “Why study philosophy?,” a note posted to his Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog, Brian Leiter points us to an article, also bearing the title, “Why Study Philosophy,” posted at iai news* and written by Peter Hacker, Emeritus research … Continue reading

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