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11.04.08 - KRSfield freag 29 give the whole heading in the...

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KRSfield, freag 29, give the whole heading in the text book, if reference frag from not KRSF – not worth using Claim in Fragment 6; if there were a least, there would be isolated stuffs 1. Assume argument concerns least constituents X is a least constituent 2. constituents are juxposed in compounds Constituents are coextensive in compouinds no isolated stuffs so Isolated stuffs Arugment wants to claim only works _ conflict with blending model and fregment six only if anaxagoris takes it as a principle that fragment six does not exist this says he is trying to avoid coextensive bodies
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11/04/08 1. Assume arugmetn concerns least constiuents x is a least constituent Constituents are juxtaposed in compounds Isloated stuffs Constitutents are coextensive in compounds No isolated stuffs so 2 assume argument concerns least compounds x is a lest compund The constituents of x are juxtaposed X is a patchwork of isolated stuffs or a single isolated stuff X is not an isolated stuff so The constituents of x are arranged coextensively
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Goes back to question of nutrition motivation behind everything in everything is an attempt to account for nutrition objection to blending modeled base don fragment six assumes something about nutrition summues if belind model correct the extraction of constituent from a minimal blend would reduce only the density of this blend and not its size so it would remain a minimum model assumes that the constituents are coextrensive when you extract the mixture does not get smaller in volume it get s less ldencdse density model of extraction you may supposed the volume of gin is two cups, plausible set of topology volume of gin is two cups, tonic is two cups, same volume cannot extract both you are not commited to claimed that the extraction of constitituents, as being coextensive must only reduce the density of that which was extracted and not volume right answer: if for Anaxagoras the ingredients are blending he does not have to accept a density model of extraction
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