Thursday, November 30, 2006

2.032 The way that the objects hang together in a state of affairs is the structure of the state of affairs.

This gives us a definition of "the structure of a state of affairs".

Black (p. 66) compares this with 2.15 and notes the contrast between ‘form’ and ‘structure.’ Higher up that page he doubts whether the distinction is necessary.

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