Attributing representational properties to our motives becomes explanatorily
31) Note again the fallacy here, based on the atheists' theological assumptions: perhaps in the past Darwinism wasn't explanatorily
powerful enough to drive God out, but recent, further scientific findings no longer leave room for God.
A demonstrably satisfactory quantum theory of gravity being not yet available, and likely being well approximated by GTR anyway, one naturally relies on GTR, which has proven highly satisfactory both empirically and explanatorily
What Galen had failed to grasp about Aristotle's developmental biology is that there is an important sense in which references to a thing's ' nature' are not explanatorily
As far as the first point of the question is concerned, we indeed sustain that in the MP framework the acquisition of the native language stops granting explanatory criteria to the theory of grammar, which is now assumed by the "strongest minimalist thesis", according to which a theory of grammar is the more explanatorily
adequate the more it assumes an adjustment between the functioning of the external systems and that of grammar itself (see, however, Eguren and Fernandez Lagunilla [2004: 216], who expose a point of view that is contrary to ours).
Rather than focus strictly on how the penalty may violate the Eighth or Fourteenth Amendments (as in Furman or Gregg), Blackmun's emotional, moralistic argument buttresses law as explanatorily
Topics include the interaction of publicity and externalism with inner states, internalist constraints on content externalism, intersubjectivity externalism, having a concept, arguments for externalism, reference and deference, external and internal aspects in the semantics of names, externalism and apriority in the transmission of warrant, Jessica Brown against the reductio, content externalism and Fregean sense, explanatorily
redundant object-dependent beliefs, Wittgenstein's externalism, morally alien thought, and temporal externalism in terms of constitutive norms and theories of vagueness.
According to the cultural separatism thesis, cultures or nations are morally central groups in the world; membership in such groups is both ethically significant and explanatorily
powerful; and the borders of cultural and national groups must be preserved against outside influence.
Semantics is used explanatorily
when the same concept is discussed using different terms and, vice versa, when the same term is used to refer to different concepts.
If the answer is yes, then Alphonse's justificatory belief is explanatorily
idle, and so is not appropriately related to his actions, in which case his actions are not justified.
These include a principle of consistency, one of not begging the question, one of achieving a coherence of thought issuing in the most pragmatically satisfying and explanatorily
powerful set of beliefs and decisions available, and a principle of impartiality that I would argue emerges from these first three.
It cannot be self explanatorily
applied to the politically persecuted and their children.