11840 | Only if two things are identical do they have the same attributes [Aristotle] |
16768 | Two things are different if something is true of one and not of the other [Duns Scotus] |
17255 | Two bodies differ when (at some time) you can say something of one you can't say of the other [Hobbes] |
17173 | Two substances can't be the same if they have different attributes [Spinoza] |
16073 | Leibniz's Law is incomplete, since it includes a non-relativized identity predicate [Geach, by Wasserman] |
4942 | The indiscernibility of identicals is as self-evident as the law of contradiction [Kripke] |
11839 | Do both 'same f as' and '=' support Leibniz's Law? [Wiggins] |
11845 | Substitutivity, and hence most reasoning, needs Leibniz's Law [Wiggins] |
14065 | Two identical things must share properties - including creation and destruction times [Gibbard] |
14074 | Leibniz's Law isn't just about substitutivity, because it must involve properties and relations [Gibbard] |
16019 | Leibniz's Law must be kept separate from the substitutivity principle [Noonan] |
16018 | Indiscernibility is basic to our understanding of identity and distinctness [Noonan] |
6050 | Leibniz's Law presupposes the notion of property identity [McGinn] |
6049 | Leibniz's Law says 'x = y iff for all P, Px iff Py' [McGinn] |
6048 | Leibniz's Law is so fundamental that it almost defines the concept of identity [McGinn] |
12236 | Leibniz's Law is an essentialist truth [Oderberg] |
14754 | If you say Leibniz's Law doesn't apply to 'timebound' properties, you are no longer discussing identity [Sider] |
16225 | If two things might be identical, there can't be something true of one and false of the other [Hawley] |