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100 1  Ujvári, Márta 
245 14 The Trope Bundle Theory of Substance :|bChange, 
       Individuation and Individual Essence 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (255 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Preface -- Content -- Introduction -- I. The 
       Identity of Substances: Bare Substrata or Qualitative 
       Bundles? -- II. The Role of Tropes in Ontology: Accidents,
       Events, Particularism -- III. The Individuation of Tropes 
       and Substances in BT. The Main Criticisms of the Trope 
       Theory -- V. Two-tier Bundle Theories of Substance. 
       Objections to BT -- V. The Bundling Relation. Simons' Two-
       tier Bundle Theory of Substance -- VI. Change, Temporal 
       Parts and BT. Cambridge Change -- VII. Individual Essences
520    This book supports a version of the trope-bundle view of 
       individual substances matching also with a coherent 
       account of change, individuation and individual essences. 
       In particular, it is argued that qualitative individuation
       and qualitative individual essences can be tackled within 
       the frames of a trope account. The adoption of a trope BT 
       together with the individuation of tropes via the bearer 
       substance might create the feeling of circularity since 
       tropes and substances seem mutually to individuate each 
       other. The novel solution to the problem developed here 
       consists in showing that the individuation of concrete 
       individual substances is independent, in crucial respects,
       from the fact that they are construed as bundles of 
       tropes. Apart from metaphysician colleagues, the book is 
       recommended for advanced students in analytic metaphysics 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Tropes (Philosophy) 
655  4 Electronic books 
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