Internal-External Relations

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Philosophy

 

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Melissa S

 

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September 20, 2013

 

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Russell understood why this was because if all objects were distinct, then their properties would be distinct and the properties of those properties would be distinct and so forth until there were an infinite number of properties. Since idealists did not believe there was such a thing as infinity (instead, believing in the one Absolute) it would make sense as to why idealists believe this...
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This is what made the idealist doctrine of internal relations work because when describing the properties of an object, the idealist would ultimately be describing properties of the Absolute. Russell described in a paper he wrote to the Aristotelian Society that the doctrine of internal relations is "equivalent to the monistic theory of truth," which is exactly what idealism is shooting for...
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