Platonism is the doctrine which says that the spatiotemporal must be understood in terms of the non-spatiotemporal. In this short work, it is rigorously demonstrated that:
Platonism is correct
All non-spatiotemporal entities are identical with properties, that is, with characteristics
Propositions (truths and falsehood) are classes of properties
Laws of nature, being invariant relations holding among classes of states of affairs, are properties of ordered n-tuples of such classes
Works of music are properties (of series of sounds) and are therefore non-spatiotemporal, it being their instances (specific performances thereof) that are spatiotemporal
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