Pronoun Problems

Journal of Controversial Ideas 3 (1):1-22 (2023)
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Abstract

In recent years, pronouns have become a white-hot interface between language and social and political issues. “My pronouns are he/they” signals allegiance to one side in the culture wars, as does “My pronouns are whatever.” But there is surprisingly little philosophical work at this interface; this paper aims to chart the main questions and argue for some answers, with the hope of stimulating more research.

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Alex Byrne
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