Tuesday, September 11, 2007

4.1241 One cannot distinguish forms from each other by saying that the one has this but the other has that property; because this presupposes that it makes sense to assert either property of either form.

And what’s wrong with that?

1 comment:

Ponder Stibbons said...

The idea is that the only thing distinguishing forms from one another are their internal properites. And 4.124 states that it's nonsensical to attribute internal properties to states of things.