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909 1. Philosophy
553 2. Reason
578 3. Truth
768 4. Formal Logic
1184 5. Theory of Logic
1146 6. Mathematics
937 7. Existence
846 8. Modes of Existence

1493 9. Objects
A. Existence of Objects
35 1. Physical Objects
16 2. Abstract Objects a. Nature of abstracta
5 b. Need for abstracta
17 c. Modern abstracta
7 d. Problems with abstracta
14 3. Objects in Thought
17 4. Impossible objects
7 5. Simples
37 5. Individuation a. Individuation
11 b. Individuation by properties
12 c. Individuation by location
20 d. Individuation by haecceity
40 e. Individuation by kind
29 6. Nihilism about Objects
B. Unity of Objects
22 1. Unifying an Object a. Intrinsic unification
18 b. Unifying aggregates
11 c. Unity as conceptual
38 2. Substance a. Substance
6 b. Need for substance
20 c. Types of substance
35 d. Substance defined
20 e. Substance critique
3 3. Unity Problems a. Scattered objects
8 b. Cat and its tail
38 c. Statue and clay
10 d. Coincident objects
29 e. Vague objects
C. Structure of Objects
15 1. Structure of an Object
27 2. Hylomorphism a. Hylomorphism
8 b. Form as principle
8 c. Form as causal
11 d. Form as unifier
13 3. Matter of an Object
9 4. Quantity of an Object
23 5. Composition of an Object
21 6. Constitution of an Object
22 7. Substratum
27 8. Parts of Objects a. Parts of objects
22 b. Sums of parts
43 c. Wholes from parts
D. Essence of Objects
26 1. Essences of Objects
16 2. Types of Essence
39 3. Individual Essences
21 4. Essence as Definition
27 5. Essence as Kind
24 6. Essence as Unifier
21 7. Essence and Necessity a. Essence as necessary properties
22 b. Essence not necessities
9 c. Essentials are necessary
21 8. Essence as Explanatory
31 9. Essence and Properties
18 10. Essence as Species
11 11. Essence of Artefacts
7 12. Essential Parts
29 13. Nominal Essence
19 14. Knowledge of Essences
34 15. Against Essentialism
E. Objects over Time
14 1. Objects over Time
16 2. Objects that Change
12 3. Three-Dimensionalism
22 4. Four-Dimensionalism
21 5. Temporal Parts
10 6. Successive Things
8 7. Intermittent Objects
9 8. Continuity of Rivers
19 9. Ship of Theseus
9 10. Beginning of an Object
3 11. End of an Object
21 12. Origin as Essential
3 13. No Identity over Time
F. Identity among Objects
27 1. Concept of Identity
13 2. Defining Identity
18 3. Relative Identity
11 4. Type Identity
23 5. Self-Identity
20 6. Identity between Objects
38 7. Indiscernible Objects
18 8. Leibniz's Law
9 9. Sameness

771 10. Modality
399 11. Knowledge Aims
636 12. Knowledge Sources
602 13. Knowledge Criteria
629 14. Science
473 15. Nature of Minds
424 16. Persons
474 17. Mind and Body
713 18. Thought
767 19. Language
210 20. Action
196 21. Aesthetics
725 22. Metaethics
824 23. Ethics
179 24. Applied Ethics
986 25. Society
934 26. Natural Theory
585 27. Natural Reality
393 28. God
268 29. Religion