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I formulate RR as a conditional claim, not a biconditional, to preserve its modesty in this regard.
Next, we might wonder whether the biconditional formulation is appropriate here--whether not having to cross immigration checkpoints is a "discretionary benefit" for the purposes of the doctrine.
Pesetsky & Torrego (2004/2007) reject the biconditional established in Chomsky (2001) between valuation of features and their interpretability, and propose that each of these properties works independently of the other.
Where '[left right arrow]' represents biconditional relationship [remember that, in classical logic, x [left right arrow] y is equivalent to (x [right arrow] y) * (y [right arrow] x), where '.
EXPERIMENT 2: DIRECTIONAL EFFECT ON CONDITIONAL AND BICONDITIONAL PROBLEMS
Our proposal is close to this author's claim that the exceptive conditional has a biconditional meaning (Montolio, 2000).
Pesetsky and Torrego (2004b/2007) propose to reject the biconditional established in Chomsky (2001) between valuation of features and their interpretability (see (12c) above), thus defending the view that each of the two properties actually works independently of the other (13a).
The objector's idea of what it is to have truth-conditions involves a biconditional, T(0).
Statements are cognitively synonymous if their biconditional is analytic.
Based on absence of behavior, the observed conditional relation ship was then confounded by the use of illogical biconditional reasoning that recovery could not be gained and seeking other explanation need not be undertaken.
While he officially denies that he is offering sufficient conditions for knowledge (4), he later endorses the biconditional 'S knows that p if and only if S believes the truth (with respect to p) because S's belief that p is produced by intellectual ability.
In building upon his analysis of pleasures as metabolai and responding to the anti-hedonists, Socrates appears to offer a biconditional analysis of pleasure: he states that, when perceptible restoration occurs, there is pleasure (42d5-7, 43b1-c6), and elicits from Protarchus the admission that there is no pleasure without restoration (42d9-e12).