• paradox of increase@fundamental level.

  • The problem of identity inheritance

  • Setup

  • What’s wrong with it?

  • Some observations

    describe and characterize the situation.

    WEIRDNESS at the fundamental level.

  • My verdict

  • The paradox

  • The fundamental level

  • Give a detailed explanation of why the standard solutions do not work at the fundamental level.

  • The theseusian problem at the fundamental level.

  • 1. Either nihilism or mereological essentialism is true for the fundamental increment (Fi)

    After Fi, the option for increase is open for the first time.

  • A simple cannot grow, but a composite can grow.

  • The idea of increase as a commonsense notion

  • The idea is logically impossible, however, unless great metaphysical costs are accepted.

    In this section, give the details of the various available solutions and the attendant costs.

  • ????all solutions are not possible at the fundamental level.

    because they require that the original part is a composite, but at the fundamental level the original part is not a composite.

  • What is the fundamental level?

    The fundamental level is the level of the metaphysical atoms.

  • Sparse ontology
    Burke
    Constitutionalism
    Four-dimensionalism

  • Sparse ontology

  • Burke

  • Constitutionalism

  • Four-dimensionalism

  • [to be expanded]

  • Is there a fundamental level?

    If there is a fundamental level…

  • different analysis of simples

  • solution

  • costs

  • solution

  • costs

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