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Here is the question: Is the religion X following the scripture Y? Is accepting a sentence after interpreting it an acceptance indeed? What believers of a religion follow is the reality refere …
answered Apr 16 '18 by Frank Hubeny
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The Wikipedia article referenced by the OP provides a summary of Henry Watson Fowler's analysis of the the phrase "the exception proves the rule" as it is used in English in Modern English Usage. Fow …
answered Jan 16 by Frank Hubeny
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According to the Nietzsche Channel, Nietzsche read Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground in a French translation by E. Halpérine et Ch. Morice. The Nietzsche Library at the Nietzsche Channel contains a …
answered Nov 12 '18 by Frank Hubeny
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By using a truth table generator one can show that one of the set of valuations for the sentence letters leads to the result being false. To see this, use this input ((P=>Q)&&(R&&S))=>(~P=>(Q&&R)) in …
answered May 1 by Frank Hubeny
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Since one has to derive ¬E one place to start would be E as an assumption. That strategy would attempt to derive a contradiction somewhere after the assumption and then derive ¬E which is the goal. T …
answered May 2 by Frank Hubeny
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The difference between the "is" of identity and the "is" of predication is the difference between being an object and being the property of an object. As Graham Priest puts it (page 84) We must d …
answered Oct 7 '18 by Frank Hubeny
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Here is a very similar question with three answers: Prove (¬P ∨ Q) ↔ (P → Q) Your question seems to be focused on the Fitch system and your approach to the problem seems to be different. I will only …
answered May 4 by Frank Hubeny
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divine determines the explicit language we use to understand it. Polanyi's The Study of Man provides an introduction to his views on personal knowledge. For a list of positions similar to Polanyi's …
answered May 10 by Frank Hubeny
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See Stephen E. Toulmin’s The Uses of Argument. He claims that the standards for valid arguments are field specific and arguments in some fields need not be reduced to analytic arguments to have validi …
answered May 13 '18 by Frank Hubeny