|Chisholm, Roderick M.
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Eternal objects/e.o./Chisholm: are present if x has necessarily the property H and H cannot possess anything else, and there is a fact which implies H and necessarily consists - eternal objects have thus nature.
Object/Chisholm: the thing that is believed to be wise - Content/Chisholm: the property to be wise - Chisholm: but we do not need to accept a third thing that involves the thing as well as the property because attribution is not an acceptance of propositions - Self-attribution/Chisholm: needs no identification.
Otherwise false mixing of direct and indirect attribution.
Eternal objects/Chisholm: relations, properties, facts - properties: one has an opinion about a property, if one assigns to the property a further property - i.e. as a thing to which one is in a relation - e.g. contrast, uniqueness, frequency - individuation: properties are individuated by properties.
Die erste Person Frankfurt 1992
Roderick M. Chisholm
Erkenntnistheorie Graz 2004