On individuals in branching histories

Synthese 188 (1):23-39 (2012)
Abstract
Against the background of the theory of branching space-times (BST), the paper sketches a concept of individuals. It discusses Kripkean modal intuitions concerning individuation, and, finally it addresses Lewis’s objections to branching individuals
Keywords Individuals  Modality  Space-times  Branching space-times
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-012-0082-2
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