chapter  7
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Categorical, dispositional or both?
WithU. T. Place

It would seem that the differences between Place’s position and Martin’s are less substantial than those between Martin’s position and Armstrong’s or between Place’s position and Armstrong’s. But there are two issues on which Martin and Armstrong agree and Place’s position differs. The first of these is one which, curiously enough, Martin raises at the very beginning of his chapter, the issue of linguisticism.