'By Leibniz's law': Remarks on a fallacy

Philosophical Quarterly 56 (222):39-54 (2006)
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The article is an investigation of a certain form of argument that refers to Leibniz’s Law as its inference ticket (where Leibniz’s Law is understood as the thesis that if x=y.
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