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comment Usage of 'appeal'
Thanks, this is the same answer as Grace below, so please see my comments there.
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The entities they refer to are things like mass, which although typically unobservable, are the basis of theoretical constructs which can describe evidential phenomena like motion.
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Right, but this suggests the authority has some agency to take some action. Even in a metaphorical way, I do not see how entities underlying evidential phenomena could have such a property.
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