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  1. Warum sich Artefakte ihrer Marginalisierung widersetzen.Ludger Jansen - 2013 - Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 61 (2):267-282.
    It is widespread practice to define artefacts as entities that owe their existence to plan-based acts of production that aim at a certain use of the produced thing. According to this definition, artefacts are essentially intention-dependent. For this reason, artefacts are threatened by marginalisation within standard naturalised ontologies. I discuss three families of marginalisation strategies: elimination, reduction and supervenience. I argue that all of these strategies fail, as they lead to false implications, with the possible exception of four-dimensional supervenience, which (...)
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