Class Endurant

Direct Known Subclasses:

public class Endurant

Endurants are said to be wholly present whenever they are present, i.e., they are in time, in the sense that if we say that in circumstance c1 an endurant e has a property P1 and in circumstance c2 the property P2 (possibly incompatible with P1), it is the very same endurant e that we refer to in each of these situations. Examples of endurants are a house, a person, the moon, a hole, an amount of sand. For instance, we can say that an individual John weights 80kg at c1 but 68kg at c2. Nonetheless, we are in these two cases referring to the same particular John.