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9. Objects / E. Objects over Time / 13. No Identity over Time

[objects are never strictly the same over time]

3 ideas
If flux is continuous, then lack of change can't be a property, so everything changes in every possible way [Plato on Heraclitus]
We treat slowly changing things as identical for the sake of economy in language [Reid]
Eliminativism about objects gives the best understanding of the Sorites paradox [Merricks]