Recently I thought about how sometimes objects can have several different parameters assigned to the single property and other-times not. For Example:
When we say that object is green and big no controversy occurs. But when we say that objects is small and big controversy occurs, that it is because small is the opposite of big. But when I say the object is green and purple, controversy occurs as well. But if you define purple as not green, then you might say the object is purple and blue. But it still is controversial.
Then we say there are some properties, like size and color. So, an object in the whole can't have two different values of the same property. But how do we know that two values belong to the same property? Actually, I see some issues here if we are taking deterministic logic.
What have philosophers said about this and how does philosophy deal with these issues?