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Object (philosophy)

In modern philosophy, an object is something usually considered, in contrast to the subject. The subject-observer and the object is a thing observed. For modern philosophers like Descartes, consciousness is a state of cognition that includes the subject - which I never doubted, as only he can be the one who doubts -- and some object, which can be considered as not having real or full existence or value independent of the subject who watches it. Metaphysical structures and differ in whether they consider objects exist independently of their properties and, if so, how. The pragmatist Charles S. Peirce defines the broad notion of an object as anything that we can think or speak. In a General sense it is any entity: the pyramids, alpha Centauri, the number seven, a disbelief in predestination or the fear of cats. In a strict sense it refers to any definite being. The related notion of objectivity. Of objectivity is the state of the object. One approach to definition in terms of properties of objects and relationships. Descriptions of all bodies, minds, and persons must be from the point of view of their properties and relations. Philosophical question about the nature of objectivity relates to how objects associated with their properties and relations. For example, it seems that the only way to describe the Apple with a description of its properties and how it relates to other things. Its properties may include its redness, its size and its composition, relations may include "on the table", "the room" and "being bigger than other apples". The concept of the object is necessary to solve two problems: the change problem and the problem substances. The two leading theories about the objectivity of the theory of matter in which objects differ from substances, their properties and stratification theory, in which objects are no more than bundles of their properties.

                                               

Hole

A hole is a hole, usually Round, in or through a particular material, usually a solid. Openings occur through natural and artificial processes, and can be useful for different purposes, or can represent a problem that must be addressed in many areas of technology. Depending on the material and the accommodation hole may be a depression in the surface, or can totally pass through this surface. In engineering, a hole can be blind or if its partial or full depth.

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