Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Change/WesselVsHegel: not from "being" and "nothing", we need empirical givenness for introduction - empirical imagination already provided in the logic - time: introduced through relatively regular processes, e.g. Earth's rotation - change can also be introduced without time - "paradox of change": the body has the property and at the same time it does not - a) two-digit predicate: "something turns into something else" - b) single-digit: "something changed", "something becomes true" - E.g. "the water is moving" - >event: from change predicate sA => sB: "s(SA => sB)"

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H. Wessel
Logik Berlin 1999

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-29