compresence

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com- +‎ presence

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compresence ‎(countable and uncountable, plural compresences)

  1. (philosophy) The state of existing together concurrently.
    The properties of redness and juiciness have compresence in apples.
  2. The tie or relation responsible for holding properties in the bundle theory of substance. Also called 'togetherness'

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