Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Predication, philosophy: predication is the attribution of a property to an object. See also attribution.
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Identity / one-place predicates / Stalnaker: you can not generally treat sentences as predications. E.g. "x^(Hx u Gx)" is an instance of the form Fs, but "(Hs u Gs)" is not (-> Substitution) - therefore our identity scheme is more limited than Leibniz s law is usually formulated.

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Ways a World may be Oxford New York 2003

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-25