DETERMINATENESS AS THE BASIS OF THE DEFINITION OF BEING
The article posits the definition of being as determinateness, which also includes several synonymous notions. The article demonstrates that the definition herein resists the critique brought upon it by analytic philosophy (verifiability and falsifiability of the definition of being), that the definition is primordial (it cannot be constituted by other definitions), that a property that constitutes the notion of being is necessary, that the definition is meaningful (exactly due to the existence of the mentioned property, contrary to the serious accusations of meaninglessness of the notion of being throughout the history of philosophy) and, finally, that the definition encompasses everything that exists (without some transcendent ‘residue’).
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