Formulating the Question

  • Moritz Schlick
Part of the LEP Library of Exact Philosophy book series (LEP, volume 11)


To know something — as the first part of our inquiry showed — is to designate facts by means of judgments in such a way as to obtain a unique correlation while using the smallest possible number of concepts.


Unique Correlation Reality Concept Enormous Importance Practical Life Analytic Judgment 
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  1. 1.
    In his Ordnungslehre (2nd edition, p. 381), Hans Driesch attributes to me the view that “there is acquaintance with reality but no knowledge” and refers to the above passages. But as the reader is aware, one of the most important claims I make is that there is knowledge of reality.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    Die Realisierung, 1912, Vol. I, p. 4.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    Ibid., p. 5.Google Scholar

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