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Assessing Śabara's arguments for the conclusion that a generic term denotes just a class property

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Scharf, P.M. Assessing Śabara's arguments for the conclusion that a generic term denotes just a class property. J Indian Philos 21, 1–10 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01092742

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  • Class Property