Pains, Pills and Properties - Functionalism and the First-Order/Second-Order Distinction

Dialectica 66 (4):543-562 (2012)
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Keywords Metaphysics  Functionalism  Second-Order Properties  Reduction  Dispositions  Mind  Grounding  Supervenience
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