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Stephan Krämer: On What There Is For Things To Be: Ontological Commitment and Second-Order Quantification

Matthias Hoch
From the journal Metaphysica

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Stephan Krämer: On What There Is For Things To Be: Ontological Commitment and Second-Order Quantification. Vittorio Klostermann, 2014, 260 p, EUR 34.00. ISBN: 978-3-465-03868-9


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Published Online: 2015-5-2
Published in Print: 2015-5-25

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