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Carroll, J. W. (1994). Laws of nature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  
Last edited by: Dominique Meeùs 2009-10-09 11:54:02 Pop. 0%
      3. A puzzle. Consider the generalization, discussed briefly in Chapter 1, that all gold spheres are less than ten meters in diameter. It is true, contingent and unrestricted. So, according to our naive regularity analysis, it is a law that all gold spheres are less that ten meters in diameter. Nevertheless, this generalization is not a law. All that prevents a gold sphere that big is the fact that no one has been curious enough and wealthy enough to have such a sphere produced.
Carroll, J. W. (2003). Laws of nature. Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved May 30, 2009, http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/laws-of-nature/.  
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      Consider the unrestricted generalization that all gold spheres are less than one mile in diameter. There are no gold spheres that size and in all likelihood there never will be, but this is still not a law. […] The perplexing nature of the puzzle is clearly revealed when the gold-sphere generalization is paired with a remarkably similar generalization about uranium spheres:
   – All gold spheres are less than a mile in diameter.
   – All uranium spheres are less than a mile in diameter.
     Though the former is not a law, the latter arguably is. The latter is not nearly so accidental as the first, since uranium's critical mass is such as to guarantee that such a large sphere will never exist (van Fraassen, 1989, p.27).
Rosenthal, M. (1959). Les problèmes de la dialectique dans le capital de marx. Moscou: Éditions en langues étrangères.  
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      Marx explique nettement ce qu’il entend par corrélations internes, par la notion de loi. Ce sont en somme des concepts identiques. La loi exprime les connexions internes et essentielles des phénomènes. À propos de la baisse tendancielle du taux de profit, il définit la loi comme « la connexion interne nécessaire entre deux choses… »
     Toute liaison entre les phénomènes n’est pas essentielle. Marx parle toujours des connexions internes, nécessaires. On le conçoit, car la corrélation peut n’avoir qu’un caractère purement externe.
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