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Mereological nihilism



In philosophy, mereological nihilism (also called compositional nihilism, or rarely simply nihilism) is the metaphysical thesis that there are no objects with proper parts. Equivalently, mereological nihilism says that mereological simples, or objects without any proper parts, are the only material objects that exist

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