worldbound (not comparable)
- Existing in exactly one world.
2005, David H. Lund, The Conscious Self: The Immaterial Center of Subjective States:
- Since every concrete individual or thing is worldbound, I could not have had properties other than those I in fact have
2012, Jaakko Hintikka & Merrill B.P. Hintikka, The Logic of Epistemology and the Epistemology of Logic, ISBN 9400926472:
- What we should do here is not to set up a contrast between worldbound individuals and world lines, but to recognize that world lines are an indispensable means of speaking and thinking of the usual perfectly ordinary-looking entities, the ordinary denizens of the actual world.
2015, Barry Loewer & Jonathan Schaffer, A Companion to David Lewis, ISBN 1118388186, page 245:
- Lewis accepts that both these objects exist: his mereological universalism (belief in arbitrary sums) guarantees the existence of the transworld object, given the existence of the various worldbound objects.