The characteristic thesis of anti-individualism

Analysis 55 (3):146-48 (1995)
This is a response to an argument (by Michael McKinsey) purporting to show that anti-individualism is trivially true. I show that this argument rests upon a misconception of the basic claim of anti-individualism
Keywords Dependence  Epistemology  Individualism  Metaphysics  Mckinsey, M
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DOI 10.1093/analys/55.3.146
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