Friday, March 19, 2021

Special issue of the Journal Organon F on Names and Fictions


Organon F is an international journal of analytic philosophy, founded in 1994. It is international with regard to both its submissions and its readership.

Organon F esteems the standards typical of analytic philosophy, primarily those of conceptual clarity, precision and soundness of argumentation. The journal focuses on contemporary issues in philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical logic. It also provides a platform for topics discussed in ethics, aesthetics, social philosophy, political philosophy and history of philosophy.

Organon F, Volume 28, February 2021, Issue 1

Special issue on Names and Fictions

Guest editor: Piotr Stalmaszczyk

ISSN 2585-7150 (online) ISSN 1335-0668 (print)

Download PDF | Published online: 28 February 2021 | 11 articles | Pages 1–268



Piotr Stalmaszczyk

Download PDF | Pages 2–8

Research Article

The Meanings of Fictional Names

Fiora Salis

Download PDF | Pages 9–43

Research Article

Fictional Names: Reference, Definiteness and Ontology

Mark Sainsbury

Download PDF | Pages 44–59

Research Article

Real Authors and Fictional Agents (Fictional Narrators, Fictional Authors)

Alberto Voltolini

Download PDF | Pages 60–75

Research Article

Fictional Tellers: A Radical Fictionalist Semantics for Fictional Discourse

Stefano Predelli

Download PDF | Pages 76–106

Research Article

Fictional Names and Fictional Concepts: A Moderate Fictionalist Account

Eleonora Orlando

Download PDF | Pages 107–134

Research Article

How Can Millians Believe in Superheroes?

Juliana Faccio Lima

Download PDF | Pages 135–167

Research Article

Revisiting the ‘Wrong Kind of Object’ Problem

Merel Semeijn – Edward N. Zalta

Download PDF | Pages 168–197

Research Article

Frege’s Equivalence Thesis and Reference Failure

Nathan Hawkins

Download PDF | Pages 198–222

Research Article

Anti-Realism about Fictional Names at Work: A New Theory for Metafictional Sentences

Louis Rouillé

Download PDF | Pages 223–252

Research Article

On Anaphors Linked to Names Used Metaphorically

Eros Corazza – Christopher Genovesi

Download PDF | Pages 253–268

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