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Grimm, Jacob under Wilhelm, Deutsches Wörterbuch, Hirzel, Lepizig, 1954, repr. Deutscher Taschenbuch, Munich, 1984. uk/www/crmep/ 31 Object, Gr. Lat. Fr. Germ. objective being antikeimenon [Ωntikeºmenon] objici, objectum; esse objective objet Objekt ► BEING, CHOSE, ERSCHEINUNG, ES GIBT, GEGENSTAND, INTENTION, PERCEPTION, PHENOMENON, REALITY, REPRESENTATION, SEIN, SUBJECT, TATSACHE, THING, TRUTH, VORHANDEN The word object has not always existed, and nor has the concept to which it refers, but we constantly project it onto texts in which it does not appear.

15–19). Objectu is no longer an adjective describing a quality but, in all probability, a grammatical neuter and subsisting term. The counter-position is no longer an accident affecting or frustrating perception: it refers to a positive property of the visible. The ʻobjectʼ concept is constructed when the term objectum superimposes two determinations: the old etymological sense of interposing, and the new meaning, derived from Aristotleʼs problematic, in which the terminus of the faculty is relative.

The existent and the thing (ens and res) lie at the origin of all representations. Attention should therefore be drawn to them and they should be made obvious; they should not be known in the true sense of that term, as the names or signs used for that purpose would be secondary and more obscure than the things themselves. , I, 33, 37–8). Such a thing does not necessarily have to exist as one concrete subject among others; it suffices for it to be intended or posited in the soul (potest res habere esse in intellectu, et non in exterioribus).

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