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accepting h affairs agent arranged things attributes basic act Boston Chapter Compare concrete events concretised consider constitutes contributes causally defined definition dicto doctrine entails entities epistemically preferable Ernest Sosa example exists expression fact false feeling depressed G. E. M. Anscombe G. E. Moore haecceity happen Hume identical individual concept individual essence individual thing intention of bringing Jones believes Keith Lehrer Leibniz locution logical loose and popular mereological essentialism Metaphysics morning necessarily object of belief ourselves P. F. Strawson P. T. Geach perceive perception person Phillip philosophical sense physically necessary playing loose possible world premise presuppose principle of mereological proposition h purpose of bringing question reasonable reference relation respect river s-part self-presenting sentence Ship of Theseus shortest woman Smith strict and philosophical successive table successivum sufficient causal condition suggested suppose tallest temporal theory true W. V. Quine