Objects and Discreteness in Mumford’s Realist Lawlessness

Sharon Ford
University of Queensland
In this paper, I argue that Mumford's Realist Lawlessness account of powers leads to ontological Holism. Consequently, this calls for a deflated conception of haecceity, intrinsicality and discreteness.
Keywords Realist Lawlessness  properties  powers  Holism  haecceity  intrinsicality  Mumford
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