- 章节名：The problem of universals II
- 页码：第53页 2013-08-29 00:18:03
Frequently, the austere nominalist defends this strategy by challenging the explanatory power of the Platonic schema. If the Platonic schema is to provide a genuine explanation of attribute agreement, universals have to be things that can be identified and characterized independently of the facts they are introduced to explain; otherwise, any application of the schema represents the proverbial sort of pseudoexplanation in which the phenomenon of sleep is explained by a virtus dormitiva, a faculty that can be identified only as the one causally responsible for sleep.
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