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  • Do Sentences Have Identity? - Article by Jean-Yves B├ęziau presented at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy.
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  • The Identity of Indiscernibles - Entry by Peter Forrest in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy. The principle is due to Leibniz, and states two entities are identical if they share the same properties.
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  • The Paradox of Identity - Report by William Greenberg. Argues for a Hegelian account of identity.
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  • Relative Identity - The view that there are objects which are the same F yet not the same G; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Harry Deutsch.
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