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Prolegomenon The Philosophers World
i Philosophy and science i
3 Necessity and Impossibility
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active testing actual infinity actually apparent memories apply Arc de Triomphe argued assumed assumption atemporal world chapter comprehensible world conclusion confronted connection between judgements correct demonstrated derived described direct judgement directly judged enable error in present essential feature example exist unperceived existence unper false judgements follow hippopotamus imply impossible infinity of reasons instances intermediate feature isolate justification Kant last section laws Leibniz logically independent means ments mistake in present nature number of reasons objects of judgement objects to exist obvious occasion particular judgement particular model world perceived perception phenomenalist policy philosophers possess possibility of error possibility of existence possible for objects potential infinity premiss present inquiry present judgements present world principles of connection private language argument properties protagonist pure reason question reasons available satisfied seems seen sensations set of judgements shown situation someone tagonist taken things thought and judgement tion true judgements Wittgenstein world consisting