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Minutes from "Philosophy of Language - Reading Seminar - MacFarlane on Disagreement" on 20 Jan 2010 - 10:00


21 Jan 2010
Europe/Rome
Minutes for:

Philosophy of Language - Reading Seminar - MacFarlane on Disagreement from 20 Jan 2010 - 10:00 to 20 Jan 2010 - 13:00

Attendees
Annalisa Coliva; Delia Belleri; eugenio orlandelli; Filippo Ferrari; Giorgio Volpe; iryna.sivertsava; Michele Palmira; pleonardi; Sebastiano Moruzzi
Alessia Marabini; Alessia Pasquali
  1. Contextualism/Pluralism about disagrement

    It is unclear whether MacFarlane (from now on "MF")'s stance on disagreement is contextualist or pluralist. If the latter. it would require a common core of principles, though allowing for further principles that describe the different notions of disagreement. If on the other hand MF's position on disagreement is conextualist, its committment is confinded to the idea thatthe relational expression of disagrement "D(x,y,phi-ing,c)" can designate different relations in different "contexts of a disagreement".

    - Context of disagreement

  2. Sufficient conditions
  3. Cappelen\&Hawthorne's argument

    - Unstated assumptions

    - Kaplan and tensed propositions

    - Fallacy of equivocation

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