The many minds account of vagueness

Philosophical Studies 138 (3):435 - 440 (2008)
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This paper presents an new epistemicist account of vagueness, one that avoids standard arbitrariness worries by exploiting a plenitudinous metaphysic.
Keywords Vagueness  Metaphysics
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-007-9110-3
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