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Logic as the Essence of Philosophy 33
On our Knowledge of the External World
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abstract actual analysis appearances applied argument Aristotle aspects assertion assume assumption atomic facts belief belongs Bergson called causal laws cause colour common sense consider consists continuity correlation derived desire difficulties doctrine empirical encloses equal event Evolutionism example existence finite Frege Georg Cantor given Hegel hypothesis imagination impossible induction inferred infinite divisibility infinite numbers infinite series infinity intuition kind knowledge lecture Leibniz logic mathematical induction mathematical logic means mental merely method motion nature number of points number of terms objects of sense Parmenides perceived perspective space philosophy physics points and instants positions possible premisses present principle private world problem propositions prove Pythagoras question realise reality reason regard relation Rorarius scientific sensation sense-data sensible objects simultaneous Socrates sophisms spatial square supposed symmetrical relation theory thing thought tion touch true truth volitions whole wholly precedes words world of sense Zeno Zeno's