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I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at SUNY Fredonia, and this is my philosophy blog.
Many months ago I presented an objection to a view called musical perdurantism. Now I want to discuss a different objection.
First a refresher. Ben Caplan and Carl Matheson define musical perdurantism as follows.
According to musical perdurantism, a musical work is a fusion of performances. On this view, works persist by perduring: that is, they exist [...]... Read more »
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