What follows is a guest post by Lee Walters. Lee is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Southampton where he teaches courses on metaphysics, philosophy of language, and fiction and fictionalism. His research focuses on the metaphysics of art; fictional characters and their names; and the logic and semantics of conditionals.
Walters, L. 2013: Repeatable Artworks as Created Types. British Journal of Aesthetics 53: 461-477.