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Tegtmeier, Erwin

Bergmann, Gustav


ISBN: 978-3-88405-576-2

Price: €9.80 (including 19 % tax)


Bergmann (1906-1987) argues that the problem of wholes (complexes) is the deepest problem of ontology since solutions to all other problems depend on how we approach the problem of complexes. According to Bergmann, the key element for a solution of the problem of complexes lies in the acknowledgement of a fundamental tie or ‘nexus’ which connects the constituents of a complex. Most ontologists assume a homogeneous fundamental tie, which ties entities of the same category together, while Bergman and some others operate with an inhomogeneous fundamental tie. The inhomogeneous tie is expressed by ‘exemplifies’ as, e.g., in the sentence ‘the apple exemplifies a green colour and an oval shape’. The homogeneous tie has to be expressed  by ‘coincides’ as, e.g., in the sentence ‘the qualities green and oval coincide’. Ontologies with ...


 


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