- Airplane or aeroplane
- Airliner, an airplane for transporting passengers and cargo
- Any fixed-wing aircraft
- Plane (tool), a woodworking tool to smooth surfaces
- Platanus, a genus of trees with the common name "plane"
- Acer pseudoplatanus, a tree species sometimes called "plane"
- Planes (genus), a genus of crabs in the family Grapsidae called "weed crabs"
- Plane (river), a river in eastern Germany
- Plane (wherry), a Norfolk wherry in service 1931–49
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... Phenomenalism is the view that physical objects do not exist as things in themselves but only as perceptions or sensory stimuli (e.g ... In particular, phenomenalism reduces talk about physical objects in the external world to talk about bundles of sense-data ... could be aware of was this sense data everything else, including physical objects which generated the sense data, could only be known by description, and not known directly ...
... Physical objects are beings certainly they are said to be in the simple sense that they exist all around us ... beings because, and in the sense that, they are physical objects ... One might also call them bodies, or physical particulars, or concrete things, or matter, or maybe substances (but bear in mind the word 'substance' has some special philosophical meanings) ...
... It is only by connecting these primitive terms and theorems with physical objects such as rulers or rays of light that, according to the formalist, pure mathematics becomes ... The method of correlating the abstract mathematical objects of the pure part of theories with physical objects consists in coordinative definitions ... of finding the correspondences between mathematical and physical objects, which provide the basis for an empirical choice ...
... grid in which the apple is positioned? Suppose the apple, and all physical objects in the universe, were removed from existence entirely ... Leibniz believed it would not, arguing that without physical objects, "space" would be meaningless because space is the framework upon which we understand how physical objects are related to each other ... Common-sense tells us that objects persist across time, that there is some sense in which you are the same person you were yesterday, in which the oak is the same ...
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“Theory may be deliberate, as in a chapter on chemistry, or it may be second nature, as in the immemorial doctrine of ordinary enduring middle-sized physical objects.”
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