Aristotle on the Snares of Ontology. Owen, G. E. L. In New Essays on Plato and Aristotle. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965.
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	Author = {Owen, G. E. L.},
	Booktitle = {New Essays on Plato and Aristotle},
	Date-Added = {2011-05-14 01:18:39 +1000},
	Date-Modified = {2011-07-25 07:37:06 +0000},
	Editor = {Bambrough, Renford},
	Keywords = {φ Ancient},
	Location = {London},
	Publisher = {Routledge \& Kegan Paul},
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	Title = {Aristotle on the Snares of Ontology},
	Year = {1965},
	Annote = {Whenever there is a name, we can substitute the logos (a definition) (73, esp. n.2). Irwin 1981, 531 makes this point too.

Cites (74) Quine, Word and Object, §27, p.129 on ambiguity. (It is this section that Berti 2001 cites.) See near bottom of Quine p.131 for def. of ambiguity as he uses it.

83: _Individuals_, rather than universals, are better classed as _onta_.}}

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