Formed Matter Without Objects: A Reply to Denkel

Dialogue 30 (1-2):163- (1991)
Abstract
A reply to Arda Denkel's argument that it is not possible to have matter without objects. I argue that the argument assumes that having a 'form' is being sufficient for the existence of an object, which the opponent should not be thought to grant.
Keywords stuff, matter, objects, individuation, Arda Denkel
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