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Object (philosophy)

An object is a philosophy term often used in contrast to the term subject. A subject is an observer and an object is a thing observed. For modern philosophers like Descartes, consciousness is a state of cognition that includes the subject - which can never be doubted as only it can be the one who doubts - and some object that may be considered as not having real or full existence or value independent of the subject who observes it. Metaphysical frameworks also differ in whether they consider objects existing independently of their properties and, if so, in what way. The pragmatist Charles ...

                                               

Hole

A hole is an opening, usually circular, in or through a particular medium, usually a solid body. Holes occur through natural and artificial processes, and may be useful for various purposes, or may represent a problem needing to be addressed in many fields of engineering. Depending on the material and the placement, a hole may be an indentation in a surface, or may pass completely through that surface. In engineering, a hole may be blind or through if it is partial or complete depth.

                                     

ⓘ Objects

  • Center s MPC List of Trans Neptunian Objects and List Of Centaurs and Scattered - Disk Objects These objects will eventually be numbered as secured discoveries
  • mathematical objects include: numbers, integers, integer partition, or expressions. Combinatorics a branch of mathematics has such objects as: permutations
  • twelve objects Fields This collection contains a set of Field objects The Collection can be used in either a Recordset object or in a Record object In
  • art. This means that an Objects Conservator needs to know when to draw the line, and communicate that limit to the object s custodian. While not as
  • distant astronomical objects so far discovered, and the time periods in which they were so classified. Distances to remote objects other than those in
  • substellar objects even if they are not in orbit about a star. William Duncan MacMillan proposed in 1918 the classification of substellar objects into three
  • low - inclination cold and high - inclination hot classical objects is the observed number of binary objects Binaries are quite common on low - inclination orbits
  • Sharp Objects is the 2006 debut novel by American author Gillian Flynn. The book was first published through Shaye Areheart Books on September 26, 2006
  • satellites, and a number of smaller objects of historical or scientific interest, such as comets and near - Earth objects Objects on this list are ordered by mean
  • polarized. Strittmatter proposed the class of object in 1972 and added four objects By 1976 there were 30 known objects In 2017, a very high energy neutrino

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