• “Essentialism and Quantified Modal Logic,” Philosophical Review LXXVIII 1 (1969) 35-52. Reprinted in L. Linsky (ed.), Reference and Modality (Oxford University Press, 1971).
  • “An Analysis of Mass Terms and Amount Terms,” Foundations of Language 6 (1970) 362-388. Reprinted in J. Pelletier (ed.), Recent Work on Mass Terms (Reidel, 1979).
  • “Some Problems Concerning the Logic of Grammatical Modifiers,” Synthese 21 (1970) 320-34.
  • “Pronouns as Paraphrases” — An unpublished paper from 1978(?)
  • “A Prolegomenon to Meinongian Semantics,” Journal of Philosophy LXXI 16 (1974) 561-580. Reprinted in E. Morscher, J. Czermak and P. Weingartner (eds.) Problems in Logic and Ontology(Akademische Druck-U. Verlagsantalt, Graz, 1977).
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  • “What Do Quotation Marks Name? — Frege’s Theories of Quotations and That-Clauses,” Philosophical Studies 42 (1982) 315-28.
  • “Assertion, Denial and the Liar Paradox,” Journal of Philosophical Logic 13 (1984) 137-152.
  • “Why Frege should not have said `The Concept Horse is not a Concept’,” History of Philosophy Quarterly 3 (1986) 449-65.
  • “Entities without Identity,” in James Tomberlin (ed) Philosophical Perspectives, 1 Metaphysics, 1987, (Ridgeview, Atascadero CA, 1987) pp. 1-19. Reprinted in Michael Rea, Material Constitution: A Reader , Rowman & Littlefield, New York, 1997.
  • “On the Consistency of the First-Order Portion of Frege’s Logical System and of his Identification of Truth-Values with Courses of Values,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 28 (1987) 161-68. Reprinted in Demopoulos, William, Frege’s Philosophy of Mathematics. Cambridge; Harvard University Press, (1995) 422-31.
  • “Russell’s Early Views on Denoting,” in David Austin (ed), Philosophical Analysis (Festschrift for Edmund Gettier), (Kluwer, 1988) pp. 17-44.
  • “The Progressive in English: Events, States and Processes,” Linguistics and Philosophy12 (1989) 213-41.
  • “True Contradictions,” The Canadian Journal of Philosophy 20 (1990) 335-54.
  • Anaphoric Pronouns in Very Late Medieval Supposition Theory,” Linguistics and Philosophy 17: 1994, 429-45.
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  • What is an Argument?The Journal of Philosophy 93: 1996, 164-85.
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  • Missing Modes of Supposition,” in Kazmi, Ali (ed.), Meaning and Reference, University of Calgary Press, Calgary: 1998, 1-24.
  • Set Theory with Indeterminacy of Identity” (with Peter Woodruff), Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 40, 1999, 473-95.
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  • “The Logic of Sense and Denotation,” in Anderson, C. Anthony and Zelazny, Michael, Logic, Meaning and Computation: Essays in Memory of Alonzo Church. Kluwer, Dordrecht: 2001, 507-43.
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  • “The Doctrine of Distribution,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 2006.
  • “Supposition Theory in the Later 12th through 14th Centuries”.  Forthcoming in the Handbook of the History of Logic.

Academic Books

Nonexistent Objects, Yale University Press, 1980.
Events in the Semantics of English, MIT Press, 1990.
Indeterminate Identity, Oxford University Press, 2000.