In Defence of Transcendentism

Acta Analytica 31 (2):225-234 (2016)
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How do objects persist through time? According to endurantism, objects persist through time and do not have temporal parts. According to the transcendentist version of endurantism, objects exist at times by participating in events that occur at those times. This version of transcendentism offers specific metaphysical and semantical advantages over other versions of endurantism. In this paper, we defend transcendentist endurantism against a series of criticisms that have been recently offered by Kristie Miller.

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Alessandro Giordani
Università Cattolica di Milano
Damiano Costa
Università della Svizzera Italiana


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