CONCRETE  具體

OBJECT which CAN be PERCEIVED by ORGANS of PERCEIVE:perception.
Antonymy

ABSTRACT

See also

THING

Kind Of

OBJECT

Old Chinese Criteria

Shí 實 (ant. xū 虛 insubstantial, abstract) refers to something being manifest and concrete rather than abstract.

COMENIUS 1665 De Rerum Humanarum Emendatione 491

CONCRETUM est aliquid ex materia et forma compositum: ut Doctus, ex homine et doctrina. (Ax. Omne Concretum Compositionem innuit: ergo et separabilitatem.) In specie vox rem cum sua forma exprimens ut Album; cui opponitur Abstractum, soam formam significans, ut Albedo.

LEIBNIZ 1704 Table de definitions, pp. 437- 437

CONCRETUM est cui Entia inhaerent, et quod non rursus inhaeret. Nam interdum fit, ut abstracta inhaereant aliis abstractis, f.gr. matnitudo calori, cum calor est magnus. Et abstracta abstractorum indicantur adverbiis: v.g. calet valde, vel est calidus valde, id est habens caloruem magnum.

RITTER 1971-2007 Historisches Woerterbuch der Philosophie 1.33

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         shí OC: ɢljiɡ MC: ʑit 0 Attributions
      • nabconcrete reference
      • vadNconcrete and substantial rather than abstract

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