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Natural Law as Subjective Dimension & Representative Form

DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2018.81001, PP. 1-7

Keywords: Science Philosophy, Natural Philosophy, Phenomenology, Logic Form

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The aim of science is to discover natural law, or to explain the consistency of things that we know through our senses. Whereas the essence of sense and natural law themselves still remain many problems waited to explore clearly even in today. By logic analysis and review some theories, especially phenomenology, this paper reaches conclusion that natural law in essence is subject’s dimension and subjective logic form which can spread things out, objectively define things and represent them in mind. The scientific model is a logical metaphor that blends the concepts of common experience with priori form.

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