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Already Plato discussed the following definition of knowledge: To know means to state a true proposition, to believe that the proposition is true, and to be able to argue why the proposition is t …
answered Feb 11 '16 by Jo Wehler
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Metaphysics is the title of a collection of lectures by Aristotle. The name is not by Aristotle but due to a later librarian who edited all scriptures of Aristotle. The librarian arranged the scripts …
answered Aug 21 '15 by Jo Wehler
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From a naturalistic view point supernatural objects and one-way interactions from a supernatural domain to the natural domain do not exist. Nevertheless, such a supernatural domain is possible, i.e. …
answered Nov 19 '15 by Jo Wehler
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-cut definitions and axioms. Otherwise a mathematical statement is considered a conjecture - waiting for either a proof or a counterexample. …
answered Jul 23 '15 by Jo Wehler
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The concept of infinitesimal small and infinitely large numbers has been been formalized by the mathematical domain of non-standard analysis. The field of rationals (QQ,+,*) embedds into the ring ( …
answered Mar 30 '16 by Jo Wehler