Converse Relations, Vectors, And Three Theses From Armstrong

Metaphysica 3 (2) (2002)
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The second thesis from Armstrong is that a relation and its converse are identical, so that the instantiation of the converse relation represents no increase in being. This is the identity thesis for converse relations. In the context of Armstrong’s notion of..

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Andrew Newman
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