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Ontology/Sellars: at the end there is an ontology in which there are only processes. Absolute processes: where we are not anymore talking about objects. ("It is raining"), the word "it" here represents no object.
Strawson had also contemplated this, and dropped it for the reason, among others, that there are not always objectless processes such as lightning or bangs, to be identified without reference to other objects.
Der Empirismus und die Philosophie des Geistes Paderborn 1999