Possession of Objects and Perfection of Objects

by Peter

The following propositions have become essential to my everyday deliberations:

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There is no necessary connection between these ideas: “That is good, true, and beautiful,” and “That should be mine.”

There is no necessary connection between these ideas: “That is good, true, and beautiful and could be mine,” and “That should be mine.”

There is no necessary connection between these ideas: “This is bad, false, and ugly,” and “This should not be mine.”

There is no necessary connection between these ideas: “This is bad, false, and ugly and could be not-mine,” and “This should not be mine.”

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