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Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 102 (3):279–286 (2002)
|Abstract||Those who believe that ordinary things have temporal as well as spatial parts must give an account of the truth conditions of temporally modiﬁed predications of the form ‘a is F at t ’ in terms of temporal parts. I will argue that the friend of temporal parts is committed to an account of temporal predication that is incompatible with the classical principle of predicate abstraction.|
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