A Consideration of Modifications to the Multiplying Account

Philosophy Research Archives 11:141-154 (1985)
A sequel to “A Problem of Motivation for Multipliers”, SJPhil 20, 209-24. It is argued that Goldman’s account of act and event individuation cannot be modified to escape criticisms previously raised. Augmentation generation and the counterfactual basis of the account are featured inthe discussion.
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DOI 10.5840/pra1985117
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