Individuation and the bundle theory

Philosophical Studies 52 (2):191 - 198 (1987)
Michael Losonsky
Colorado State University
It has been suggested that distinct individuals can have exactly the same properties; thus individuals cannot be individuated by their properties, And so the bundle theory appears to be false. One way to shore up the bundle theory is to introduce impure properties, And I defend this move against some objections by d m armstrong, M loux, And j van cleve
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