If we are to make a decision, it seems preferable to me to extend our concept so
Mind, Language and Reality
, p. 407
 Suppose theses philosophers are right, and there are no such things as
makes various things all members of the class Chair is that they are portable
for one person
 Being a
seat for one person
is just being
manufactured for the purpose of being sat upon by one
person at a time
 If there are no ‘purposes’, then it is ‘mythology’ that all chairs have something in
So  not only are there no such things as beliefs, if this view is right; there are no such things as
Representation and Reality
, p. 58
 (Prior to the formation of the State) nothing can be unjust.
 The notions of right and wrong, justice and
injustice have there no place.
 Where there is no common power, there is no law:
where no law, no
 Justice, and injustice, are none of the faculties neither of the body, nor mind.
 If they were,
they might be in a man that were alone in the world, as well as his senses, and passions.
 They are
qualities, that relate to men in society, not in solitude.
Leviathan, English Works
, 3, p. 113
 Whosoever therefore holds, that it had been best to have continued in that state [of nature] in which all
things were lawful for all men, he contradicts himself.
For  every man by natural necessity desires that
which is good for him:
 nor is there any that esteems a war of all against all, which necessarily adheres to