What is the Law of Identity?

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The second puzzle concerns the ‘Law of Identity’ which consists of so-called opaque contexts. Let’s start with an example sentence: ’Scott was the author of Waverley’. If we say ‘Scott was a man’ that is a sentence in the form ‘x was a man’ and it has ‘Scott’ for its subject. But if we say ‘the author of Waverley was a man’ that sentence does not have the form ‘x was a man’ as well...
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