Refocusing Frege’s Other Puzzle: A Response to Snyder, Samuels, and Shapiro

Philosophia Mathematica 31 (2):216-235 (2023)
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Abstract

In their recent article ‘Resolving Frege’s other Puzzle’ Eric Snyder, Richard Samuels, and Stewart Shapiro defend a semantic type-shifting solution to Frege’s other Puzzle and criticize my own cognitive type-shifting solution. In this article I respond to their criticism and in turn point to several problems with their preferred solution. In particular, I argue that they conflate semantic function and semantic value, and that their proposal is neither based on general semantic type-shifting principles nor adequate to the data.

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Thomas Hofweber
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