On 8/6/2012 5:29 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
? Why? It's not complicated! A person must be, at least, nameable. A person has
always has a name.
Otherwise he is identifiable only by description and then there is no uncertainty about
Bruno-in-Helsinki becoming Bruno-in-Washington or Bruno-in-Moscow; they are all uniquely
identified only by description. That was the whole crux of your argument with John Clark.
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