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|Citation:||Dialectica, 2019; 73(1-2):149-181|
|Abstract:||Recently, many philosophers have been interested in using locative relations to clarify and pursue debates in the metaphysics of material objects. Most begin with the relation of exact location. But what if we begin instead with the relation known as weak location – the relation an object x bears to any region not completely bereft of x? I explore some of the consequences of pursuing this route for issues including coincidence, extended simples, and endurance, with an eye to evaluating the prospects for taking weak location as our fundamental locative relation.|
|Rights:||© 2019 The Author dialectica © 2019 Editorial Board of dialectica|
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