Šake, šrafovi, trouglovi i apsolutni prostor
Hands, Screws, Triangles and Absolut Space
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Hands and other incongruent counterparts are enough argument against relationist, at least Kant tought so, since some of his pre–critical writings. Arguments with incongruent counterparts are elegant and effective, and they are quite atracted great attention of numerous authors who have criticized or defended the arguments in different ways. In a meanwhile, discusions have gone too far from Kant’s original argument, and from the spirit of that time, and received characteristics of modern philosophy and geometry. This text should show that Kant, as well as those who later defended him, did not achieve their goal – no conclusive argument against relationist have been brought by them.
Keywords:incongruent counterparts / enantiomorphisam / intrinsic properties / relacionizam / šake
Source:Filozofija i društvo/Philosophy and Society, 2009, 279-302
- Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju