Conceptual structure of reality by Gal Yehezkel

By Gal Yehezkel

This ebook describes a singular belief of fact, one who uniquely contains an idealistic view of life with an account of objectivity. It introduces a normal version of conceptual research and demonstrates its effectiveness in exposing and constructing the lifestyles of conceptual ties. The ebook starts off through introducing the instruments and rules wanted for the conceptual research undertaken in chapters that Read more...

summary: This ebook describes a unique perception of fact, person who uniquely comprises an idealistic view of lifestyles with an account of objectivity. It introduces a basic version of conceptual research and demonstrates its effectiveness in exposing and setting up the life of conceptual ties. The booklet starts via introducing the instruments and ideas wanted for the conceptual research undertaken in chapters that stick to. subsequent, it offers a close exam into lifestyles, contingency, idealism, self-consciousness and usual legislation. within the procedure, the writer significantly examines the conceptions of life held by way of Kant, Frege and Russell; argues that the determinations of earlier, current and destiny are subjective within the feel that they suggest the life of awareness relating to which they're mounted; exhibits that each attainable fact comprises adequate stipulations for self-consciousness; and confronts the query of the "uniformity of nature," which states that truth is topic to traditional legislation. in any case, the idealistic notion of fact built during this e-book means that life is relative, instead of absolute, within the experience that it's made up our minds relating to some degree of view inner to fact. This view of life signifies that truth unavoidably exists

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The order of the words, in such cases, contributes to the meaning of the sentences, and therefore is subject to the analysis as to the necessary conditions required of any component of a sentence to contribute to its meaning. In order to reveal the contribution of the order of the names in the sentence “Dan loves Dana,” and show how to apply the analysis to this conceptual component, it is helpful to imagine a case in which the order of the names was forgotten. In such a case we would only know of the existence of a love relationship between Dan and Dana.

While the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication, neither the authors nor the editors nor the publisher can accept any legal responsibility for any errors or omissions that may be made. The publisher makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to the material contained herein. D. dissertation at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. I am exceedingly grateful to my thesis supervisor Dalia Drai who discussed and criticized different versions of most of the arguments that appear in this book.

11 The importance of the implications of this analysis of the concept of meaning can be shown by relating it to a map. Our conceptual scheme is a type of map that includes all possible states of affairs, just as a regular map includes all the possible locations of a traveler. The language (as a system of signs) is a systematic method of mapping all the locations, that is, the possible states of affairs. A sentence, as a structured combination of words, is a combination of coordinates which enables us to pinpoint a specific point on the map, that is, a possible state of affairs.

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