Donald Baxter's Composition as Identity

@inproceedings{Turner2014DonaldBC,
  title={Donald Baxter's Composition as Identity},
  author={J. Turner},
  year={2014}
}
In the late 1980s, Donald Baxter published a pair of important papers (1988a, 1988b) defending the radical view that identity could hold one-many, between — for instance — a thing and its parts. David Lewis briefly flirted with this view in Parts of Classes (1991: §3.6) before eventually accepting a diluted cousin. An impressive list of authors have since critically discussed the view under the name Lewis gave it, ‘Composition as Identity’ — ‘CAI’, for short.1 But although citations to Baxter’s… Expand
Composition and Identities
On relativist approaches to many-one identity
Contingent composition as identity
Mereological monism and Humean supervenience
Nothing Over and Above
Character, objects and properties
Against instantiation as identity
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Against composition as identity
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Composition as Identity: Part 1
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Composition as Identity: Part 2
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