By Karl Popper
Title note: unique name Alles Lehen ist Prohlemllisen
Publish 12 months note: First released in German 1994 via Piper Verlag, Munich
All existence is challenge Solving includes 15 occasional items, spanning the years from 1958 till 1993, and offers an perception into the range of Popper's key pursuits all through his existence.
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158 116,27 I despise as more absurd a single and distinct [extension] for the parts, since each of them will be in its own extension and in the [extension] of a larger part, and since division is to infinity, the addition of places will progress to infinity too. For in general if place is an extension, there is nothing absurd about each of its parts also being in place per se. In fact, each is per se in an extension, that extension being a part of the whole place.  In other words, for those who posit the limit of the container [as place] the part is in the place incidentally, since the whole is in place, but for those who [posit] the whole of the intervening extension [as place], surely the parts will be in place per se?
In respect of a part. g. pallor is said to be in the human being because it is in the body, and in the body because it is in the surface, but in the surface not in respect of something else but in a primary sense. Yet it is not because the pallor is in the surface in a primary sense that a surface and its pallor are identical, and something by itself is consequently78 able to be in itself; for there are distinct definitions for surface and pallor, and distinct 24 Translation natures for knowledge and the soul.
105,4 (209a14-18) (iii) In general terms, each thing that exists is either an element or consists of elements, whether it is said to be a body or an incorporeal. But while the elements of bodies are also 20 Translation bodies, and the elements of incorporeals are incorporeals, place is included in neither: not among the intelligibles, since it has magnitude; not among bodies, since, as we have said, it receives bodies. 105,9 (209a18-23) But (iv) to say that place is also prior and like a first principle is beyond accidental error.
All Life Is Problem Solving by Karl Popper