Abstract particular

A concrete is a thing, a physical object, (at least) a solid, liquid or gas. We will call these concrete particulars. Abstract particulars are processes (verbs), qualities (adjectives) and relations (adverbs, pronouns, determiners, prepositions and conjunctions) of concrete particulars. Abstract universals are judgments or prototypes from abstract particulars. Concrete universals are judgments from abstract universals. … Continue reading Abstract particular

There are things

What do I mean by "there are things"? It simply mean that the first experience is beyond recognition of sensation and perception. We know nothing of sensing and perceiving. We are presented with representations of things, space and time – reality. I am not arguing for representationalism. There are representations and there are things that … Continue reading There are things