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In this paper my main aim is to argue that Plato in the Timaeus and especially in the section concerning the receptacle advances a theory according to which instances of properties or particular properties contribute to the constitution of material objects, but he does so without compromising his position, found in earlier dialogues, that sensible objects have essences due to immaterial Forms. I will conclude that Plato does not maintain a bundle theory of material objects there and that he isdoi:10.1163/9789004437081_009 fatcat:h557ccijifdhnawyxws72f7yqm