Plural Action Sentences and Logical Form: Reply to Himmelreich

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 95 (4):800-806 (2017)
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This paper replies to Himmelreich's ‘The Paraphrase Argument Against Collective Actions’ [2017], which presents three putative counterexamples to the multiple agents analysis of plural action sentences. The paper shows that the argument from the first example, the discursive dilemma, fails because it relies crucially on a simplification of the target analysis, and that the others don't bear on the question because they turn out on examination to be about individual rather than group action sentences.

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Kirk Ludwig
Indiana University, Bloomington


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