Definitions

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  • n. The state of existing together concurrently.
  • n. The tie or relation responsible for holding properties in the bundle theory of substance. Also called 'togetherness'

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Examples

  • The two second-level relaton relations of compresence and exact resemblance are essential to the cluster theory.

    Tropes

  • Let P (t) be t's compresence equivalence-class, and let I be

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  • Let us call a triple consisting of a set T of qualitons, a binary relation thereon of exact similarity R, and a binary relation C of compresence, a trope structure (Mormann: generalized trope space).

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  • In effect, it would be a representative of the compresence equivalence-class constituting the individual (from the qualiton-structural point of view).

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  • Thus Williams takes an individual to be the mereological sum of a compresence class (1953: 81).

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  • On the actualist approach, Putin is devious iff his first compresence class overlaps deviousness.

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  • But = sheds new light on the two structural relations, exact similarity (R) and compresence (C), apparently presupposed for qualiton structures.

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  • (F) in the particular is then grounded not in the compresence of an opposite property, but in the compresence of another property.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

  • By way of contrast, properties such as being brown or being a cow do not suffer compresence when instantiated by particulars.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

  • And since compresence requires complexity, the material nature of particulars is one of the roots of each material, sensible particular being both F and not-F.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

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