Gluon Theory: The Unified Unifiers
This paper is about two challenges concerning the gluons of partite objects. One is Marmodoro’s argument that from the non-objecthood of gluons, it follows that gluons do not unify objects. I demonstrate that Marmodoro’s argument fails. The second Challenge is about the unity of gluons themselves. I show that gluon theory will encounter a vicious regress if objects are gunky.