A comprehensible world
The world is everything there was, is, and will be. The world has particular things, kinds, attributes, states, events, processes, functions, and other stuff I do not now imagine. In order to comprehend phenomena, we need to know what facts are true and why they are true. We need knowledge and understanding.
Causey, R. L. (2011)., A comprehensible world, in J. Symons, O. Pombo & J. M. . Torres (eds.), Otto Neurath and the unity of science, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 159-180.
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