Was ermöglicht Wirklichkeit? Ein spekulativer Versuch

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The question of what is real seems to be the easiest to answer, because in our daily lives we are and must be naive realists. But as soon as reflection begins, we get into trouble. On the one hand we have to admit that there are several concepts of reality if we want to say that things other than physical things are also real, on the other hand we see that even that form of knowledge, which seems to be most responsible for reality, natural science, cannot give the desired uniqueness in terms of what it itself wants or needs to understand to be real. Alternatively, when we see that nothing can be and nothing is real, if it is not in a world, and if we understand the world as the order of things (worldI ), then this leads us to the speculative answer that the function of worldI is to enable the reality of our empirical worldII.
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