Monday, November 20, 2006

2.023 This fixed form consists precisely of the objects.

This sounds extremely metaphysical, as if logic had components. Objects would be something like atoms yet able to make up, i.e. constitute, the whole of logic, the realm of logic. This is inconceivable, so we need to turn things around. Objects must be conceived not as metaphysical but as logical, and hence as something like fictional. Logic has no quasi-metaphysical substance after all. How could it?

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