chapter  8
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REPLIES TO ARMSTRONG AND PLACE

WithC. B. Martin

Armstrong’s numerically one universal has its only existence in a plurality of spatio-temporally distinct and intermittently existent and logically distinct instantiation-particulars. Unlike Platonism, Armstrong’s universal or type is nothing except this scatter of logically distinct, non-identical instantiations that, in ways Martin cannot fathom, contain or have ‘in’ them and ‘fully’ in each the numerically ONE universal or type.