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[catalogued under 9. Objects / F. Identity among Objects / 5. Self-Identity]

Full Idea

'Existence' can't be glossed as self-identical (critics say) because Pegasus, even while being self-identical, fails to exist.

Gist of Idea

Maybe self-identity isn't existence, if Pegasus can be self-identical but non-existent


Josť A. Benardete (Metaphysics: the logical approach [1989], Ch.11)

Book Reference

Benardete,Josť A.: 'Metaphysics: The Logical Approach' [OUP 1989], p.70