### All the ideas for Michael Burke, Thrasymachus and Chris Daly

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###### 8. Modes of Existence / B. Properties / 13. Tropes / a. Nature of tropes
 8526 We might treat both tropes and substances as fundamental, so we can't presume it is just tropes [Daly]
###### 8. Modes of Existence / B. Properties / 13. Tropes / b. Critique of tropes
 8527 More than one trope (even identical ones!) can occupy the same location [Daly]
 8528 If tropes are linked by the existence of concurrence, a special relation is needed to link them all [Daly]
###### 9. Objects / A. Existence of Objects / 5. Individuation / e. Individuation by kind
 16235 Persistence conditions cannot contradict, so there must be a 'dominant sortal' [Burke,M, by Hawley]
 14753 The 'dominant' of two coinciding sortals is the one that entails the widest range of properties [Burke,M, by Sider]
###### 9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 1. Unifying an Object / b. Unifying aggregates
 16072 'The rock' either refers to an object, or to a collection of parts, or to some stuff [Burke,M, by Wasserman]
###### 9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 3. Unity Problems / b. Cat and its tail
 14751 Tib goes out of existence when the tail is lost, because Tib was never the 'cat' [Burke,M, by Sider]
###### 9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 3. Unity Problems / c. Statue and clay
 13278 Maybe the clay becomes a different lump when it becomes a statue [Burke,M, by Koslicki]
 16071 Sculpting a lump of clay destroys one object, and replaces it with another one [Burke,M, by Wasserman]
 16234 Burke says when two object coincide, one of them is destroyed in the process [Burke,M, by Hawley]
###### 9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 3. Unity Problems / d. Coincident objects
 14750 Two entities can coincide as one, but only one of them (the dominant sortal) fixes persistence conditions [Burke,M, by Sider]
###### 28. God / C. Attitudes to God / 3. Deism
 1558 Clearly the gods ignore human affairs, or they would have given us justice [Thrasymachus]