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For more than forty years he practiced medicine at Lichfield and Derby and gained a wide reputation for his skill, intellectual vigor, and originality of character. This unusual device presages the more extensive experimentation with literary form in the Moral Epistles. However, there is more order than this picture would suggest. In the course of his investigation of the large-sample properties of MLEs, Fisher uncovered a class of statistics a knowledge of which renders all other statistics irrelevant for inferences about q, and so he termed them sufficient for q.

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Intellectual integrity, he held, demands it. (He further held that although a philosophical approach to matters of faith is necessary, it is not sufficient; hence, in addition to systematic treatises, Anselm also composed prayers and devotional works.) metaphysics goodness, Anselm argues that so too the bare fact of their existence leads to the conclusion that there is some one thing through which everything else exists. The theory of relativity made a final break with the synthetic a priori characterization of the foundations of Newtonian physics.

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William Tait (1968) obtained a uniform treatment of arithmetic, ramified analysis, and related unramified systems by means of the cut-elimination theorem for LK extended to a language with formulas built a a ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY 2nd edition • 55 PROOF THEORY by countably infinite conjunctions (with the other connectives as usual). This argument faded from view after Armstrong exposed its weakness: We can and do make mistakes about our own inner mental states.

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An almanac differs from an encyclopedia in that an almanac normally is issued periodically and includes ephemeral data applicable at the time of issue, while an encyclopedia is assembled from accumulated knowledge within a broader scope. Thus in Alfred North Whitehead’s Process and Reality (New York, 1929), whose subtitle is “An Essay in Cosmology,” the attempt is made to construct a categorial scheme of general ideas “in terms of which every element of our experience can be interpreted” (p. 4).

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The recession is used to explain the red-shift and the red- shift is used to determine the recession, yet the recession hypothesis may be both explanatory and well supported. During subsequent stages of the American Revolution, Paine wrote a number of influential newspaper essays, including a famous series, the Crisis, concerned with particular political, economic, and military issues. A system of domains such that the axioms of second-order functional calculus are valid in them and the rules of inference of second-order functional calculus preserve validity in them. null set (empty set).

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In this sense, therefore, one can see the completion of the HGP as a powerful tool in this direction, but at the same time argue that it is of positive moral and social worth rather than the other. A man of wide theoretical and practical interests, Binet wrote in lucid and lively French a dozen books and some 250 arti- 596 • ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY 2nd edition BINSWANGER, LUDWIG Bibliography WORKS BY BINET “Mental Imagery.” Fortnightly Review 52 (1892): 95–104. “The Mechanism of Thought.” Fortnightly Review 55 (1894): 785–799.

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Machiavellism: The Doctrine of Raison d’État and Its Place in Modern History. Aristotle thinks that each sense is affected in a way peculiar to it, so that each sense has its own special sense object. Reference materials lesson plans and worksheets from thousands of teacher- reviewed resources to hel. 4th grade. Number and relation are synthesized in time. Modern cosmology has made it senseless to talk of such a God as “up there” or “out there” or “beyond.” But this God is not an object in the world any more than the experiencing subject is, and God too must be sought in the nonobjectifiable dimensions of experience, not in the realm of I–it.

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Could it really make a differ- ence whether one had planned beforehand to stop when the sample proportion of defectives exceeds B or falls below A or decided this on the spur of the moment? Grassmann’s Ausdehnungslehre (Leipzig, 1844; rev. ed., 1862), fundamental to vector analysis, anticipated W. Schwabe, 1961), a selective anthology with a comprehensive bibliography; Glaube und Unglaube in der Weltgeschichte (Leipzig: J.

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This goal could be realized most effectively when the economy of a nation was self-sufficient. nationalism and racism Dühring was an ardent German patriot, and some of the enormous popularity that his writings enjoyed in the latter part of the nineteenth century can be traced to this. The best-preserved view is that of Numenius of Apamea in the second century CE. In what follows, we shall speak of theories as being based on a logic L if S 0 is the set of tautologies of the logic L.

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From both Dostoevsky and Kierkegaard, Barth inherited the thesis that nature and human life are enigmatic, that nothing in the world is reliable. An important group of restricted realist theories trace their ancestry to Aristotle. Matematisk-naturvidenskapelig Klasse 1919, no. 4, 1–36. The emotivist’s answer is very simple: If F causes the person(s) to whom E is addressed to adopt E, to share the attitude expressed by E, then F is a good reason for E.

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