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Wittgenstein's somewhat cryptic claims about the use of number signs in ascriptions of numbers to concepts have received rather little attention from his commentators, partly, perhaps, because Wittgenstein's main concern in his middle period is to clarify the nature of mathematical propositions and mathematical proofs.
It appears that consciousness does not have a natural place in that world, so we struggle to find one, with the most likely candidate being the brain (another construct built from a collection of experiences and ascriptions).
Racial ascriptions influence the stereotypes and attitudes we apply to people, and those stereotypes and attitudes in turn influence racial ascriptions.
In reality, we are dealing here with a double ascription (of identity) because the respective presence can refer simultaneously to a specific group affiliation (inmate, immigrant), the embodiment of a more or less identifiable role, and the possibilities of relationships and modes of entanglement that these ascriptions may allow.
Over this three-month period, 82% of pathway ascriptions remained the same, while 4 out of 22 (18%) respondents provided inconsistent ascriptions of the pathway to their height fear.
The ascriptions pursued by the Borisoglebskii archimandrites raise a number of questions about the assumptions underlying the practice.
Again, our confidence in any given ascription may depend on our estimate of the character and skill of the person who first made it.
This contention will be strengthen in section III, where I shall try to show that, though content ascriptions are, on their face value, ascriptions of broad content, they also have a narrow reading that captures individualistic features.
If positively valued ascriptions of identity are consistent with action, and no expectations of the practitioner are transgressed, then it would appear that there is no identity issue at all, and indeed, the practitioner may not even be aware of the assumptions about identity being made.
Since Mumford thinks disposition ascriptions entail certain conditionals, he needs to address this case, which he, himself deploys against conditional analyses.
(as it did to Frege in "Thoughts") that if truth ascriptions were transparent,
Simple ascriptions of belief are also highly sensitive to context.