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>>God is a person and therefore a property instance. If you object that persons are concrete while property instances are abstract, Mann's response is that both are concrete. To be concrete is to be in space and/or time. Socrates is concrete in this sense, but so is his being sunburned. (37)<<

Does this mean that God is in space and time?

I noticed this problem too, though I didn't mention it for the sake of brevity (the soul of blog).

Mann is committed by this particular argument to saying that God is in space and/or time. But I should think that a defender of DDS must hold that God is neither in space nor time.

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