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Although Simon-Shoshan acknowledges that a specific legal form does not necessarily always reflect a single and particular jurisprudential theory, he maintains that in cases when an apodictic text reflects a narrative conception or vice versa, a dialogue is "generated by the at times uneasy relationship between the form that a Mishnaic law takes and the motivations that appear to underlie the ruling." Presumably, texts whose literary forms do not reflect the anticipated jurisprudential theory are rare exceptions to the rule that apodictic texts reflect apodictic conceptions and narrative texts narrative conceptions; otherwise, Simon-Shoshan's very presupposition of the link between literary form and jurisprudential theory would be at risk.
The focus of their criticism was not the methodologies or methods of the natural sciences per se, but the natural sciences' claim that only apodictic knowledge is acceptable (produced with experimental designs and measurable variables, enabling verifiable and definitive universal models of explanation and prediction).
Several interpreters (Pellegrin, 1985; Lennox, 2001) have noted that Aristotle's biological works include no definitions that could be premises in an apodictic syllogism, and Angioni (2002), p.
(41) Kant insists that experience is necessary for certain or apodictic knowledge.
What matters, for Kant, is that we can explain the relationship between phenomena, that is, the world of experience, and the apodictic system of mathematics.
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First, it gave preference in political and legal discourse to apodictic claims of individual right, as against an alternative understanding that the nature and scope of rights was to be determined politically, with the end of achieving common public purposes.
But along comes our man Bill Gates with wads of money, and a determination to cast aspersions on apodictic economic law.
The praxeologist is a self-described deducer of apodictic certainty, of ironclad proofs that display the Truth about empirical economic phenomena.
"It is clear," Grassi argues, "that the first archai of any proof and hence of knowledge cannot be proved themselves because they cannot be the object of apodictic, demonstrative, logical speech; otherwise they would not be the first assertions.
Regrettably there are no substantial findings in the Court's opinion apart from truly apodictic assertions that do not find any support in the academic literature.
Focusing on the temporal character of the horizon as pre-given, Luft shows how givenness and act refer to a depth-dimension of past acts accessible in historical reconstructions in the transcendental field that transgresses the apodictic sphere of immanent perception.