Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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I, 43f
Tropics: individual properties as basic building blocks of reality - then no accidentals but substances - Vs: linguistic determinations surpassed, "revisionary" ontology: must depict language as irrelevant
I 45
Group individual: e.g. "the first three chancellors" - constituents: all possible combinations - but: Adenauer's head part of Adenauer, but not a (constitutive) part of the group
I 56
Def (initial property-wise) complete: e.g. numbers: we cannot say that they smile or do not smile
I 57
Def initial property-wise maximally consistent/Meixner: entities that are ee ee complete and not ee overdetermined - Def maximally consistent/Wessel: (external): a set of formulas that are consistent and no further consistent formulas exist. That is, that any addition of another formula makes the set inconsistent - Def maximally consistent/Meixner: of every individual property, the INDIVIDUAL contains either that one itself or its negation. ((s)> continuous determination/Kant)

Mei I
U. Meixner
Einf├╝hrung in die Ontologie Darmstadt 2004

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-26