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The introductory chapter on "Stoppardianism" seeks to identify a single core perspective at the heart of Stoppard's lengthy and genre-jumping career, defined by Demastes as a positivist commitment to the inherent explicability of human experience.
In the wake of honor's assimilation with avarice, though, the only allegorical figure that remains is a cipher for causes, while 'prophecy' becomes an account of events and their increasing alienation from any sense of explicability.
Is this explicability true for other materials of ME and of other periods as well?
By putting forward such a reading, I am overturning a longstanding critical position which sees Christianity in the poem as bound more or less absolutely to its ultimate unity, harmony and moral explicability.
It passes the Weyrich tests of seriousness and explicability to the public.
2) Ours indeed is an age that is highly suspicious of the myth of the ultimate rational explicability of the world, and the esoteric has gained larger recognition by becoming a frequent subject of philosophy and art, as an active agent in finding answers to numerous questions concerning who we are and why.
Freedom of decision accordingly does not impede causal explicability.
Looking at the fundamental concerns of Aristotle through a modern lens, he discusses such topics as existence, complexity, lawfulness, pragmatic idealism and metaphysical realism, possibility, and explicability and sufficient reason.
The advantages of knowledge-based systems are in their better explicability.
The distinction between categorization types is perhaps less important than the effects of categorization on mental-model construction, for these effects--quick completion of the mental model early on in the reading process, automatic and efficient inferencing, stable expectations of dispositions and behavior, and the impressi on of the character's explicability and reliability--all these tend to be the same regardless which type is activated.
Minturn's intentions here may be admirable, but his practice is based on underlying assumptions (of coherence, of the ultimate explicability of "wrong notes") as surely as Salzer's, and on occasion he chooses the notes to fit his theory.
Michael Della Rocca argues that some of Spinoza's basic commitments, including especially his ideas about explicability, both support that claim and help to close another important apparent gap in the argument.