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Too Many Dispositional Properties

Hansson Wahlberg, Tobias LU (2006) In SATS Northern European Journal of Philosophy 7(2). p.37-42
Abstract
This paper identifies an overdetermination problem faced by the non-reductive dispositional property account of disposition ascriptions. Two possible responses to the problem are evaluated and both are shown to have serious drawbacks. Finally it is noted that the traditional conditional analysis of disposition ascriptions escapes the original difficulty.
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SATS Northern European Journal of Philosophy
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7
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2
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37 - 42
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De Gruyter
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ISSN
1600-1974
DOI
10.1515/SATS.2006.37
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English
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