The puzzles of ground
I outline and provide a solution to some paradoxes of ground.
KeywordsGrounding Puzzles of ground Logic of ground Worldly ground Representational ground Identification
I’d like to thank Cian Dorr, Kit Fine, Stephen Krämer, Marko Malink and an anonymous reviewer for helpful comments on this paper.
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