I have confronted a philosophical problem related to the definition of the "property of an object."
What I believe is:
The capability of an object (the capability to desire) is the property of an object. However, the action that stems from such capability, or the action itself (the action of desiring) cannot be the property of an object.
For instance, let's look at the example of a quail:
The ability to fly is the property of a quail.
However, the action of flying cannot be the property of a quail.
Can the action of an object be the property of an object? Consequently, can the action of an object be the property of a certain state of an object? Or is the action the state of an object itself?