Vaghezza e ontologia

In Maurizio Ferraris (ed.), Storia dell'ontologia. [Milan, Italy]: Bompiani. pp. 672–698 (2008)
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On the opposition between de re and de dicto conceptions of vagueness, with special reference to their bearing on the tasks of ontology.

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Achille C. Varzi
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