Events as Property Exemplifications

@inproceedings{Kim1976EventsAP,
  title={Events as Property Exemplifications},
  author={J. Kim},
  year={1976}
}
  • J. Kim
  • Published 1976
  • Philosophy
The term ‘event’ ordinarily implies a change, and most changes are changes in a substance. Whether coming into being and passing away can be construed as changes in substances is a question we shall not consider here. A change in a substance occurs when that substance acquires a property it did not previously have, or loses a property it previously had. Whether fissions and fusions of substances can be considered as cases of losing or acquiring properties is, again, a question we shall not… Expand
363 Citations
Vague objects and phenomenal wholes
  • 2
Causality and Properties
  • 578
Events, Truth, and Indeterminacy
  • 11
  • PDF
What is a Change?
  • 1
On the Distinction between Abstract States, Concrete States, and Tropes 1
  • 21
  • PDF
The Recycling Problem for Event Individuation
  • 1
Identity, intensionality, and intentionality
  • 2
  • Highly Influenced
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-3 OF 3 REFERENCES
On When There Must Be a Time-Difference between Cause and Effect
  • 3
On event-identity
  • 6
Individuation of Actions
  • 34