RupeeRoundhouse Posted February 14 Report Share Posted February 14 Per page 15 of OPAR (italics added for emphasis): Quote Given the facts that action is action of entities, and that every entity has a nature—both of which facts are known simply by observation—it is self-evident that an entity must act in accordance with its nature. Isn't self-evidence perceptual-level, i.e., automatic? The reasoning above seems to involve inference so is conceptual-level, i.e., volitional and thereby fallible. I also understand that we perceive entities acting—that much is self-evident—but how does perception establish the relationship "that an entity must act in accordance with its nature" as opposed to merely acting whether in accordance with its nature? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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