Philosophical Studies 166 (2):419-427 (2013)

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Richard Woodward
Universität Hamburg
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In recent work, Jonathan Schaffer (Mind 119: 341–376, 2010) has attempted to argue that counterpart theorists are committed to holding that any two actual objects are bound together in a modally substantial sense. By clarifying the core elements of counterpart theory, I explain why Schaffer’s argument fails
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