The crooked path from vagueness to four-dimensionalism

Philosophical Studies 114 (1-2):107-134 (2003)
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In his excellent book, Four-Dimensionalism: An Ontology of Persistence and Time (Sider, 2001), Theodore Sider defends a version of four-dimensionalism which he calls the ‘stage-theory’. This paper focuses on Sider's argument from vagueness and argues that, due to the problematic nature of the argument from vagueness, Sider’s case in favor of four-dimensionalism is in the end not successful.

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Kathrin Koslicki
Université de Neuchâtel


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