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Which definition is to be be discussed. There are instances of mis- difference, of purely subjective appraisal chosen, which things are to leading, inappropriate, inadequate definitions. And in the question here raised, of the logical formulation of definitions, we find again, if we look more is problem of piece as opposed to part. Structurally this analogous to what was discussed above. (Cf. examples, pp. ) Similar considerations hold for the problem of abstraction. There are logically bad, incorrect, misleading abstractions.
If we look more closely we soon see that this is not a question of an objection but tainty? Until of a field of research. mere addition of value at some first place it by no means follows that the indifferently assorted facts continues to affect the truth All things are not interconnected in the same way; there are questions, that are relatively self-enclosed. If fields, object situations we continue to add new facts, we see that at a all points. there are to In the 26 : Max Wertheimer no longer changes.
Some Problems fact of a gap, etc. in the Theory of Ethics where the gap is In such cases the goal goal, the situation : 39 generated by an idea of man, by a new is theoretically a part of the material of and comes under the requirements of being the right one. To be sure, this brief remark does not solve this problem; ple is another princi- involved here. I have also not dealt with the so-called cases of conflict, which for many theorists stand curiously ground. They present complications. tions to concrete human enough in the fore- Some may believe that all applica- situations are so complicated that there is no possibility at all of using the principle mentioned.