Subtraction and Impossible Objects

Subtraction arguments begin with the modest assumption that there are worlds that do not include more than a finite number of concrete (or concrete*) objects. Each of these concrete objects has the
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Subtraction arguments begin with the modest assumption that there are worlds that do not include more than a finite number of concrete (or concrete*) objects. Each of these concrete objects has the essential property of not existing necessarily. Each of these concrete objects also has the essential property of being such that their non-existence entails [...]

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