Perdurantism, Universalism, and Quantifiers
Varzi (Achille)
Source: Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 81:2 (2003), 208-215
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    I argue that the conjunction of perdurantism1 (the view that objects are temporally extended) and universalism (the thesis that any old class of things has a mereological fusion) gives rise to undesired complications when combined with certain plausible assumptions concerning the semantics of tensed statements.

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