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Are there nonexistent objects, i.e., objects that do not exist? Someexamples often cited are: Zeus, Pegasus, Sherlock Holmes, Vulcan (thehypothetical planet postulated by the 19th century astronomer LeVerrier), the perpetual motion machine, the golden mountain, thefountain of youth, the round square, etc. Some important philosophershave thought that the very concept of a nonexistent object iscontradictory (Hume) or logically ill-formed (Kant, Frege), whileothers (Leibniz, Meinong, the Russell of Principles ofMathematics) have embraced it wholeheartedly.

Black Mountain In The Future 320 Rar

Another problem that the tense operator strategy leaves unresolved isthe problem of relations between present and non-presentobjects. Given the principle that a real (two-place) relation canobtain only if both terms of the relation exist, and given that pastand future objects do not (now) exist, relations between present andpast or future objects are impossible. Yet it seems that there areplenty of relations between present and past (or future) objects. Forinstance, I stand in the relation of being one of sixgranddaughters of to my grandmother. Likewise, perhaps I stand inthe relation of being the grandmother of to a futurechild.

There is a debate in practical philosophy as to whether nonexistentpersons are morally relevant. The basic question is this: dononexistent people have interests that we ought to take into accountin our decisions? Obviously, some of our decisions affect not onlyexistent but also future (i.e., not yet existent) persons; matters ofclimate change or the disposal of radioactive waste are relevant casesin point. Intuitively, we ought to act in such a way as to preventdisasters for future generations. It is a matter of controversy,though, whether, in order to take into account this moral intuition,we have to commit ourselves to an ontology of not yet existent beings.Some, however, go still a step further and argue that not only futurepersons are morally relevant but even persons who will never exist(and never existed). In particular, this debate concerns questions ofprocreative ethics and population policies.[19]

In the light of this theory, it is easy to explain why nobody has everseen the round square or a golden mountain and why the round square isobviously not located in space: since the round square is neitherround nor square in the actual world, there is no reason to assumethat it occupies space or is accessible to the senses. Similarconsiderations hold for the golden mountain.

There are several paradoxes for which MOT\(^ne\) does not supplya solution (even if it is supplemented with the doctrine ofwatered-down extranuclear properties). It still seems that the roundsquare infringes the law of contradiction; one still may wonder why itis impossible to discover round squares and golden mountains; and onestill may be baffled by the doctrine that nonexistent objects differfrom existent ones only in that the former lack existence.[34]

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Galileo even captured sounds of whistling and static caused by Ganymede's magnetosphere. The probe flew within 519 miles (835 kilometers) of Ganymede, sending back stunning close-up images showing ancient cratered ice fields adjacent to or overlain by younger ice volcanic plains, ridged ice mountains, deep furrows, and smooth broad basins that are products of tectonic forces. 350c69d7ab


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