Essence, Essence, and Essence

Studia Philosophica Estonica 7 (2):72 (2014)
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I argue that three different notions of essence—temporal, definitional, and modal—are all distinct notions, and are all philosophically useful. After defining the different notions, I discuss the philosophical problems each addresses

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