Parts, Differences, and Statues

Mercogliano,John Alfred
2010

The goal of this paper is to defend the principle of the uniqueness of composition against a potential counter-example. Common sense says that sometimes objects compose another object. For example, molecules of clay, when properly arranged, might compose a statue. Some have claimed further that these molecules of clay can simultaneously compose a statue-shaped lump of clay that occupies the same r... read more

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