By Hilary Lawson
Lawson presents a complete examine the heritage of western suggestion, the evolution of technology and its makes an attempt to supply us with a ''theory of everything'' and an overview of the relativist a number of truths.
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Extra resources for A Story of Everything
Part I of the story of closure offers a preliminary answer to these questions by describing the underlying structure of closure. It is a structure which is then developed and applied throughout the remainder of the book. This first part is subdivided into three chapters. The first chapter introduces and defines the central terms and identifies the general characteristics of closure. The second chapter offers an account of the process of 1 T H E S T RU C T U R E O F C L O S U R E closure as it applies to human experience and language.
The criterion therefore that a thing is the same throughout is equivalent to the criterion that it cannot be divided into parts, and thus falls to the paradox identified with the criterion of oneness. The two criteria of a thing that it is one and the same are thus in this respect equivalent. 38 It can be concluded therefore that in addition to being unable to produce an example of a thing, defined as that which is both one and the same, amongst material objects, we are also unable to provide an account of the characteristics such a thing would in principle have to have in order for it to be identified as a thing.
The everyday objects with which we began have ceased to be things. In their place we have an ideal notion of a thing, the particular or object which is understood as that which satisfies the requisite criteria. Although everyday material objects imply a theoretical thing which lies behind the implied description provided, we are unable to give an account of the thing itself nor to indicate what makes it one and the same thing. 35 The epistemological difficulties associated with a retreat from xli P RO L O G U E everyday material objects to logical objects is not however the matter which shall concern us here.