Philosophia 29 (1-4):133-147 (2002)

Rafael De Clercq
Lingnan University
This paper continues Israel Scheffler's investigation of rituals as autographic/allographic. It concludes that the autographic/allographic distinction is more fruitfully applied to rituals as a gradual distinction, distinguishing rituals in terms of their autographic/allographic elements or aspects.
Keywords Autographic/allographic  Rituals  Criteria of identity  Nelson Goodman  Israel Scheffler
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DOI 10.1007/BF02379904
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