Dasein: Erkennen und Handeln. Heidegger im by Carl Fr. Gethmann

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Gas particles. If that was so, then temperatures would fail Ramsey’s test, because the Ramsey sentence S of all laws would not need to quantify over them as well as over kinetic energies. But it is not so, for at least three reasons. First, it implies that all particles at rest are at absolute zero, and that speeding one of them up automatically heats it up, which is absurd. Second, isotropic radiation need not contain particles with kinetic energies in order to have a temperature, which it does.

So Moore could have concluded, although he didn’t, not just that there are two external things – hands – but that those things differ in kind from shoes, socks, sheets of paper and other things ‘outside of us’. Of course what distinguishes things of these kinds depends partly on what we mean by ‘hands’, ‘shoes’, ‘socks’ and ‘sheets of paper’, and that is more or less up to us. e. things we can write on but not with. In this chapter I argue for the reality of these properties, against two contrary views.

There is, however, a difference between the exact properties that the city of London or other fiat entities may have 48 TUOMAS E. TAHKO and the exact properties that, for instance, electrons seem to have. The latter are necessary, whereas fiat entities can only possess contingent or merely derivative necessary properties. Consider the different zones in the London Underground: there can be as many or as few zones as the underground authorities decide and they may be the basis of all sorts of things, such as ticket pricing.

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