Familiar Objects and Their Shadows
Revisionary views about material objects are all the rage. Many, if not most, metaphysicians accept one or another permissive view about which objects there are, according to which -- in addition to familiar objects like stones and baseballs -- there are countless other medium-sized dry goods, right before our eyes. (More on these "extraordinary" objects below.) Others accept one or another eliminative view, according to which there are no stones, baseballs, or other such familiar objects.
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