|The Metaphysics of Hyperspace: Introduction|
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Footnote 2: What is this, and what’s Lewis’s problem?
Footnote 3: I don’t have much by him (Graham Priest), but "Jackson (Frank) & Priest (Graham), Eds. - Lewisian Themes: The Philosophy of David K. Lewis" was on my list to read when proposing to treat of David Lewis for my MPhil (though GP is only the editor).
Footnote 5: So, does he allow Relative Identity?
Footnote 6: So, presumably, VI invokes relative identity to address this Trinitarian statement from the Athanasian Creed.
Footnote 7: What’s Van Inwagen’s angle here? Examples?
Footnote 8: Why is a discussion necessary?
Footnote 9: Do I agree? What does realism with respect to abstracta imply?
Footnote 10: I had thought there was a conflict between 4-dimensionalism and substances. Maybe he just means “matter”?
Footnote 11: God?
Footnote 12: Note “time” – so material objects are temporally extended.
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