1. Majid Davoody Beni (2013). On What Is Not There. Quine, Meinong, and the Indispensability Argument. Humana.Mente - Journal of Philosophical Studies 25 (25):77-94.
    Using the theory of definite descriptions, Russell and, following him, Quine masterfully challenged Meinong’s Theory of Objects (TO). In this paper, firstly I try to show that although the Russell-Quine’s interpretation of TO has been taken seriously even by many notable Neo-Meinongians and first-rate scholars, yet it is not the ultimately convincing reading of the Theory, at least not when we boil down the theory to Meinong’s primary motives and his essential arguments. Moreover, I show that a form of the (...)
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