The individuation of events

Mind 105 (418):315-330 (1996)
It is argued that current solutions to the question of how to individuate events do not work. Jonathan Bennett's thesis that the indeterminacy here is only semantic, not ontological, is refuted. An alternative account of why events resemble facts (although their identity criteria are less fine-grained) is defended.
Keywords event  identity  Jonathan Bennett  Jaegwon Kim
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DOI 10.1093/mind/105.418.315
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