21347 | If Simmias is taller than Socrates, that isn't a feature that is just in Simmias [Plato] |
6422 | Internal relations are said to be intrinsic properties of two terms, and of the whole they compose [Bradley, by Russell] |
7966 | Relations must be linked to their qualities, but that implies an infinite regress of relations [Bradley] |
21342 | A relation is internal if two things possessing the relation could not fail to be related [Moore,GE, by Heil] |
7968 | A relation is internal if it is unthinkable that its object should not possess it [Wittgenstein] |
7969 | The order of numbers is an internal relation, not an external one [Wittgenstein] |
21351 | Truthmaking is a clear example of an internal relation [Heil] |
21344 | If R internally relates a and b, and you have a and b, you thereby have R [Heil] |
21348 | In the case of 5 and 6, their relational truthmaker is just the numbers [Heil] |
18532 | If causal relations are power manifestations, that makes them internal relations [Heil] |
21353 | Internal relations are fixed by existences, or characters, or supervenience on characters [MacBride] |
7938 | Relational properties are clearly not essential to substances [Macdonald] |
14925 | The normal assumption is that relations depend on properties of the relata [Ladyman/Ross] |
18336 | Internal relations depend either on the existence of the relata, or on their properties [Rami] |