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Mon, 12 Dec


Room 234

David Sosa (Texas) Phenomenal Failure to Discriminate

Time & Location

12 Dec 2022, 16:00 – 17:30

Room 234, Senate House, London WC1B, UK


If one thing looks the same as a second (in a given respect), and that second thing looks the same as a third, does the first look the same as the third? It is easy to suppose that it need not: but I will defend the position that they do. The crucial distinction is between the relations of indiscriminability (which does not validate transitivity) and of looking the same as (which, I suggest, does).

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