9127 | Russell refuted Frege's principle that there is a set for each property [Russell, by Sorensen] |
15478 | Properties are the respects in which objects resemble, which places them in classes [Martin,CB] |
12672 | Properties and relations are discovered, so they can't be mere sets of individuals [Ellis] |
19173 | Treating predicates as sets drops the predicate for a new predicate 'is a member of', which is no help [Davidson] |
9783 | While no two classes coincide in membership, there are distinct but coextensive attributes [Cartwright,R] |
15399 | The property of being F is identical with the set of objects, in all possible worlds, which are F [Lewis, by Cameron] |
15733 | Accidentally coextensive properties come apart when we include their possible instances [Lewis] |
15732 | Properties don't seem to be sets, because different properties can have the same set [Lewis] |
15734 | If a property is relative, such as being a father or son, then set membership seems relative too [Lewis] |
9655 | Trilateral and triangular seem to be coextensive sets in all possible worlds [Lewis] |
9653 | It would be easiest to take a property as the set of its instances [Lewis] |
10723 | A property is the set of its actual and possible instances [Lewis, by Oliver] |
16290 | I believe in properties, which are sets of possible individuals [Lewis] |
15516 | A property is any class of possibilia [Lewis] |
4038 | Properties are sets of their possible instances (which separates 'renate' from 'cordate') [Lewis, by Mellor/Oliver] |
14499 | Properties are classes of possible and actual concrete particulars [Lewis, by Koslicki] |
7703 | If classes can't be eliminated, and they are property combinations, then properties (universals) can't be either [Jacquette] |
18511 | Properties have causal roles which sets can't possibly have [Heil] |
10591 | Logicians use 'property' and 'set' interchangeably, with little hanging on it [Shapiro] |
10413 | The best-known candidate for an identity condition for properties is necessary coextensiveness [Swoyer] |