The non-circularity constraint: Peacocke vs. Peacocke

Teorema: International Journal of Philosophy 22 (1-2):85-93 (2003)
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According to the view that Peacocke elaborates in _A Study of Concepts_ (1992), a concept can be individuated by providing the conditions a thinker must satisfy in or- der to possess that concept. Hence possessions conditions for concepts should be specifiable in a way that respects a non-circularity constraint. In a more recent paper



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