Talk:Trope (philosophy)

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Trope theory in analytic ontology a branch of nominalism?[edit]

Who says? Trope theory seems to be its own thing, or there are those with nominalist or realist leanings within the approach. It would be nice if someone who knew more about this could revise it.184.77.32.182 (talk) 04:10, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

Just for Philosophers?[edit]

Is WikiProject Philosophy written just for technical, analytical or academic philosophers or does it seek to capture the entire range of philosophical experience/history for an encyclopedic audience? If the latter, it might be good to write some "hooks" into this article on the trope entries on literature, music, religion and mathematics, or even to combine several of these entries into a single composite entry. Ralohmann (talk) 12:54, 24 September 2015 (UTC)