Facts, Concepts and Philosophy
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CRATES: It is a principal aim of our book to examine the way that concepts are seated in our lives,—that is, to try to understand better what it is to have concepts. But since it is also a fundamental presupposition of our investigation that its very method is by the elucidation of concepts, the outcome of the investigation is almost certain to have a bearing on its own methods.—Our understanding of what concepts are ought to be relevant to the conduct of our conceptual examination of the nature of concepts.
KeywordsVisual Experience Philosophical Problem Fallow Deer Philosophical Investigation Conceptual Investigation
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