Argument Petera Ungera za nihilizmem mereologicznym

Filozofia Nauki 19 (2) (2011)

Abstract
In this paper I am analyzing Peter Unger’s famous argument in favour of mereological nihilism (according to this view elementary particles are the only existing objects), called: „Sorites of Decomposition”. This argument is based on the fact that we can remove one, single atom from a compound object without making it ceased to exist
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