Countable fusion not yet proven guilty: it may be the Whiteheadian account of space whatdunnit

Analysis 57 (4):249-253 (1997)
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Abstract

I criticise a paper by Peter Forrest in which he argues that a principle of unrestricted countable fusion has paradoxical consequences. I argue that the paradoxical consequences that he exhibits may be due to his Whiteheadean assumptions about the nature of spacetime rather than to the principle of unrestricted countable fusion.

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Graham Oppy
Monash University

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