Geach on Generalization

Dialogue 41 (02):221- (2002)
There are plausible objections to substitutional construals of generalization. But these objections do not apply to a substitutional construal of generalization proposed by Peter Geach several years ago. This paper examines Geach’s conception.
Keywords Peter Geach  substitutional generalization  Kripke  Quine  Frege
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DOI 10.1017/S0012217300013871
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