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existing in, at, or in relation to nonactual merely logically possible worlds, where the objects’ relevant property gaps in the actual world are all consistently completed or satisfied. The concept of an actually nonexistent object existing in, at, or in relation to another imagined or stipulated logically possible but nonactual world is intuitively attractive, but turns out to be logically more problematic than first appears. 2 It is easy to say, but harder to defend the proposition, that Sherlock Holmes, though actually nonexistent, exists in, at, or in relation to