A Note on Substraction Arguments

Subtraction arguments aim to show that there are possible worlds in which there exist no concrete objects at all: they are arguments for the possibility of metaphysical nihilism. The aim is to show
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Subtraction arguments aim to show that there are possible worlds in which there exist no concrete objects at all: they are arguments for the possibility of metaphysical nihilism. The aim is to show not only that no concrete objects necessarily exist, but also to show that no disjunction of propositions, (object o exists) v (object [...]

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