Oxford University Press (2014)

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Shieva Kleinschmidt
University of Southern California
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A team of leading philosophers presents original work on theories of parthood and location. Topics covered include how we ought to axiomatise our mereology; whether we can reduce mereological relations to identity or to locative relations; whether Mereological Essentialism is true; and what mereology and propositions can tell us about one another.
Keywords Metaphysics   Anthology
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ISBN(s) 9780199593828   0199593825
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