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Both the word and the photograph are “abstract” entities, at least in the sense that they are not purely material, not identical with a certain assembly of material particles. And what is good for the word and the photograph—they are not purely material—is good for the brain trace, the source of my mind trace of the sun. Not purely material but not material-free either. None of these information-traces would have existed without a material basis. None would have existed without being causally generated by the speciﬁc material channel from which they actually were induced (on which generation, we enlarge in our ﬁfth and last principle).
As he points out, many false-godsworshippers and other idol-followers make this assertion; their 52 c og ito ? assertion is no evidence that they enter the thinking relation with the one and only true God. Second, the objectual structure of the fact involves nothing but me and Him. It consists of God’s having a secondary mode of being, being in my mind.
Two modes of being principle). In the sun passage just quoted, we ﬁnd a mix of uses of “idea”—there is (i) the causal-process notion regarding what the idea is of (it is of the sun). But there is also reference to (ii) the predicative content, as if diﬀerent predicative contents are enough to make it that we have two ideas in mind. Which is the leading use? My solution is not to use the multiply ambiguous term “idea” in what follows. ” And I will continue to speak of thinking-acts (or havings in mind), rather than of ideas, when I speak of the actual cognitive fact to be accounted for: my thinking of the sun.
Almog - Cogito