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Object/Sellars: is named and not predicated - fact: is predicated and not named. (Although the name of a statement can be made).
Definition "natural language object": linguistic objects with abstracted background. (> Bracketing, Husserl)- We abstract from our knowledge in order to think of the objects as natural objects.
Natural language objects: (> Searle’s background): Solution: natural linguistic objects as linguistic counterparts are non-linguistic objects (not facts!). One can speak of them as "proper names". This takes over Wittgenstein's idea that basic statements must be construed as proper names, occurring in a certain way.
Der Empirismus und die Philosophie des Geistes Paderborn 1999