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Objects, locations and complex types.

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Abstract

This paper investigates certain puzzling predications about locations and physical objects. I argue first that locations and physical objects are distinct types of things. Locations and physical objects have different individuation conditions. So this should entail that nothing is both a location and a physical object. However, there are commonplace sentences in which terms seem to denote things that are both locations and physical objects. I provide a formal model for how to understand such sentences.

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