Logic and singular propositions

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 31 (3):155 – 169 (1953)
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The author contends that the analogies between "the logical roles of singular and universal statements" are important but do not "justify the conclusion that singular statements are reducible to propositions" of the forms a, E, I, And o. (staff)
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