Why So Tense About the Copula?
Caplan (Ben)
Source: Mind, 114, Number 455, July 2005, pp. 703-708(6)
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    Propositionalists attempt to solve the problem of temporary intrinsics1 by saying that what it is for a persisting object to have an intrinsic property at a time is for a certain proposition to be true at that time. In "Tensing the Copula," David Lewis argues that this view fails. I argue that Lewis's argument fails.

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