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Ideas of Max Black, by Text

[Russian, b.1909, Born at Baku in Russia. Lived in the United States. Professor at Cornell Univesity.]

1952 The Identity of Indiscernibles
p.66 p.66 The 'property' of self-identity is uselessly tautological
p.67 p.67 If the universe just held two indiscernibles spheres, that refutes the Identity of Indiscernibles
p.67 p.67 Two things can only be distinguished by a distinct property or a distinct relation
p.68 p.68 The Axiom of Choice needs a criterion of choice