Provoked by some remarks of Tim Crane’s at the last meeting (where he was drawing on a paper by Zoltan Szabo), I gave a talk on Wednesday at the local Serious Metaphysics Group on whether a distinction between “believing in Fs”/”believing that there are Fs” can do any serious work for us. My answer was “no”. This was dashed off the previous Saturday afternoon, and I’m outside my comfort zone here. But the talk survived the discussion: so for what it is worth, here it is.
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