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Ideas of Lynne Rudder Baker, by Text

[American, fl. 1997, At the University of Massachusetts, at Amherst.]

1997 Why Constitution is not Identity
Intro p.599 Constitution is not identity, as consideration of essential predicates shows
II p.603 Clay is intrinsically and atomically the same as statue (and that lacks 'modal properties')
IV p.611 Is it possible for two things that are identical to become two separate things?
IV p.613 The constitution view gives a unified account of the relation of persons/bodies, statues/bronze etc
n9 p.602 The clay is not a statue - it borrows that property from the statue it constitutes
V p.620 Statues essentially have relational properties lacked by lumps