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Thursday, November 21, 2013

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questions:
- possible objects are complete or incomplete?
- if you consider metaphyisical possibility as something distinguished from broad/narrow logical and nomological possibility, how do you know if a world is metaphysically possible or not?

I don't distinguish metaphysical possibility from broadly logical possibility.

As for the first question, it is a very good one. A consequence of what I said in the post, I think, is that only complete objects are possible since nothing incomplete can exist.

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