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Substance: Its Nature and Existence
Introduction Chapter One: The Concept of Substance in History Chapter Two: An Independence theory of Substance Chapter Three: On the Unity of the Parts of Mereological Compounds Chapter Four: On theExpand
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Substance among Other Categories.
Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Substance and other categories 2. Historically prominent accounts of substance 3. Collectionist theories of substance 4. The independence criterion of substance 5.Expand
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Platonistic theories of universals
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The Divine Attributes
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On Petitionary Prayer
Anna Kalypsas: a philosophers and teacher Mel Etitis: one of her best students Kathy Merinos: a student of more average ability Theo Logos: a religious believer with philosophical interests (AExpand
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What an omnipotent agent can do
Judging from the recent literature, the problem of defining or analyzing the concept of omnipotence is a formidable one. One author has claimed to have proved the impossibility of definingExpand
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On the Unity of Compound Things: Living and Non‐Living
There appear to be at least two kinds of compound physical substances: compound pieces of matter, which have their parts essentially, and living organisms, which do not. Examples of the former areExpand
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The independence criterion of substance
According to a traditional view-, an individual substance is that which could exist all by itself or which in some sense is "independent." In this paper, we construct a new version of an analysis ofExpand
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