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A many-valued semantics for category mistakes

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The ideas in this article were developed as part of my doctoral dissertationSortal Presupposition (University of Toronto, 1973). I should like to acknowledge my debt to Professors Bas C. van Fraassen, my supervisor, and Hans G. Herzberger, my adviser, for their helpful and thorough criticism.

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Martin, J. A many-valued semantics for category mistakes. Synthese 31, 63–83 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00869471

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  • Category Mistake