Part/whole seems definable in terms of intrinsicness; x is part of y if intrinsic changes in x bring with them intrinsic changes in y. Is intrinsicness also definable in terms of part/whole? This chapter argues it is. A property is intrinsic if inhabitants of w can't gain or lose it by switching to a world w+ with w as a part.
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