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- Francesco Calemi, On the genuine identity argument against disjunctive universals
- Michael Almeida, Necessity, Theism, and Evidence
- Teo Grünberg David Grünberg Oğuz Akçelik, Two-dimensional semantics for predicate-functor languages with operation symbols
- Leander Vignero, Finding Stubbles and other puzzles concerning the credences of others
- Justin Clarke Doane, Platonism, Nominalism, and Semantic Appearances
- Yaroslav Petrukhin, Nelsonian counterparts of Visser’s logics
- Michael Kai Büttner, Wittgenstein on equinumerosity
- Danne, Nicholas. Is Fourier Analysis Conservative over Physical Theory?
- Tadeusz Ciecierski. A Note on the Demonstrative Uses of Indexicals
- Vranas, Peter. Natural Deduction for First-Order Pure Imperative Logic
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