How I See Philosophy

But let us see in what this difference consists. When I say, 'I see the clock on the mantelpiece', this implies that there is a clock there, i.e. it implies ...

How I See Philosophy

Author: Friedrich Waismann

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349001023

Page: 260

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