On What Grounds What

@inproceedings{Schaffer2009OnWG,
  title={On What Grounds What},
  author={Jonathan Schaffer},
  year={2009}
}
ion: The grounding relations are relations of abstraction. The derivative entities, in order to be an ‘‘ontological free lunch’’ and count as no further addition, ought to be already latent within the substances. In other words, the grounding relations should just be ways of separating out aspects that are implicitly present from the start.37 Here is the sort of picture of substances that these diagnostics converge upon: Priority Monism: There is exactly one substance, the whole concrete cosmos… CONTINUE READING
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