Philosophical Papers 38 (1):35-72 (2009)
|Abstract||Disposition ascription has been discussed a good deal over the last few decades, as has the revisionary metaphysical view of ordinary, persisting objects known as 'fourdimensionalism'. However, philosophers have not merged these topics and asked whether four-dimensional objects can be proper subjects of dispositional predicates. This paper seeks to remedy this oversight. It argues that, by and large, four-dimensional objects are not suited to take dispositional predicates|
|Keywords||Persistence Endurance Perdurance Fourdimensionalism Dispositions Powers B-theory of time Eternalism|
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