Friday, April 28, 2006

This question will most be easily answered by those working on the Material Constitution paper, but please feel free to help out even if you are not focusing on Material Constitution:

I am worried about how my first argument opens...

"1. If there is time, then there is a fourth dimension."


I am unsure of whether these two are related. Is this statement necessarily true?

Thanks!

~Mike

1 Comments:

Blogger linford86 said...

Yes, that is a true statement. Namely because time is the fourth dimension. It's like saying this:

1. If there is a tree then there is a baum.

Note that baum is German for tree, so saying that there is a tree means that there is a baum (a tree.)

Refering to something by some other name implies that that something exists. You can see that from Leibniz's Law.

8:10 PM  

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