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1Hofweber's piece follows on from earlier work to motivate this distinction, e.g. in ‘A Puzzle About Ontology’, Noûs39:2 (2005), 256–283CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
2Meaning and Necessity (University of Chicago Press, 1947), 8Google Scholar.
3Logical Syntax of Language, trans. Smeaton (Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner and Co., 1937), §17Google ScholarPubMed.