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Philosophia 5 (October):499-506 (1975)
|Abstract||"Pain" need not be a rigid designator, but instead may pick out a state by its causal role. If it is a rigid designator, then the apparent contingency of identity comes from imagining something else filling the causal role|
|Keywords||Identity Materialism Metaphysics Mind Necessity Kripke, S Smart, J|
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