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dc.contributor.authorGarcía-Carpintero, Manuel-
dc.description.abstractThe toolkit of most philosophers features the notion of category mistakes. We can recognize clear cases (the three in "green ideas sleep furiously") with quasi-perceptual alacrity. But I, for one, usually feel a tinge of self-conscious awkwardness when I deploy it. This has to do, I think, with the fact that we do not professionally acquire the notion together with a minimally adequate account - of the kind that usually comes, for instance, with introductions to the use/mention distinction: a philosophical explication that helps to make the phenomenon prima facie intelligible. If you are like me, this excellent short, clearly focused monograph will help you fill this gap in a few hours of engaging reading.-
dc.format.extent11 p.-
dc.publisherUniversity of Notre Dame-
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dc.relation.ispartofNotre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2014-
dc.rights(c) García-Carpintero, Manuel, 2014-
dc.subject.classificationRessenyes (Documents)-
dc.subject.otherReviews (Documents)-
dc.subject.otherMagidor, Ofra. Category Mistakes-
dc.titleMagidor, Ofra, Category Mistakes, Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013-
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