The Structure of Objects
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Kathrin Koslicki offers an analysis of ordinary material objects, those material objects to which we take ourselves to be committed in ordinary, scientifically informed discourse. She focuses particularly on the question of how the parts of such objects are related to the wholes which they compose.
Very well done
She did such a good job structuring or argument that it seemed "obvious" by the time it was presented. Of course it was anything but obvious at the beginning.
I found the section conclusions a bit repetitive, and I do wish books like this would have a "list of the symbols used" with a short explanation, but otherwise well written/structured.