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David L. Thompson
Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Four philosophers, Husserl, Wittgenstein, Dennett, and Hegel, who hold for the most part radically different philosophies, all agree on rejecting the notion of atomic entities, of “things-in-themselves,” and insist that objects only make sense – can only be what they are -- in a context.
Keywords Dennett, Husserl, Hegel, Wittgenstein, objects, context, things-in-themselves
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