Australasian Journal of Philosophy 98 (1):178-191 (2020)

Patrick Reeder
Kenyon College
I argue for the possibility of hypergunk: that is, it is possible that there exists an x such that every part of x has a proper part and, for any set S of parts of x, there is a set S′ of parts of...
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