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Posted by Harvey on November 16, 2003 18:48:09 UTC

What you are in effect saying is that there are no such things as identifiable objects since these too can be simple minds only understanding simple things. This is actually an argument in the philosophy of science with regard to realism of theoretical laws and unobservable entities of science. If we disregard the laws, shouldn't we also disregard the unobservable entities? But, if we disregard the unobservable entities, then shouldn't we disregard the observable entities as well?

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