Gila Sher, and others, have suggested that the "bounds of logic" can be drawn, precisely, by developing the intuitive idea that logic should be non-discriminatory.  More precisely: logic should not "discriminate among individuals in the domain" or "distinguish the identity of particular individuals in the universe of the given model." In this talk, Button raises some doubts concerning the level of precision in our intuitive idea of "non-discrimination”.

 

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