Temporal parts and spatial location
The literature offers us several characterizations of temporal parts via spatial co-location: According to these accounts, temporal parts are roughly parts that are of the same spatial size as their wholes. It has been argued that such definitions fail with entities outside space. The present chapter investigates the extent to which such criticism works.
Costa, D. (2014)., Temporal parts and spatial location, in A. Reboul (ed.), Mind, values, and metaphysics I, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 199-206.
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