I'm working on a paper concerning the third man argument.
I have my own solution in mind, but I need other arguments to refute so that I can then move onto my argument. I found another thread on this topic, but there were not many answers because the person admitted that he or she was asking to help another person to cheat. The one answer provided Gregory Vlastos, The Third Man Argument in the Parmenides (1954); P.T. Geach, The Third Man Again (1956); and S. Marc Cohen, The Logic of the Third Man (1971).
If the arguments provided are very confusing I would a appreciate a brief explanation, but that is not required as having the information is my top priority.