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The Journal of Philosophy

Volume 103, Issue 12, December 2006

Special Issue: Parts and Wholes

Peter Van Inwagen
Pages 614-630
DOI: 10.5840/jphil2006103123

Can Mereological Sums Change Their Parts?

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