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The Original Sin of Cognition: Fear, Prejudice, and Generalization, SARAH-JANE LESLIE
Their reputation would be damaged simply because of such careless generalizations.
Like humans, who share certain common traits, there are common generalizations that all cockers are intelligent, love to please their owners, trainable, great flush and retrieve dogs for hunters, lovers not fighters and merry.
In Gomez's new work, she and he team are examining how young children can recognize instances similar, but not identical, to something they have learned and apply it to a new situation - so-called generalization.
The resulting generalizations contain generalized facts and entities.
In this paper generalization of this idea for neat-injective hull by taking X as a class of all neat-injective groups has been studied.
The structure of growth patterns implies that each element of the sequence is related to the preceding one, therefore these kinds of patterns lead to generalizations and their representation through variables.
In other words, my goal is to identify the method by which scientists can validly infer generalizations from particular instances.
It then provides generalizations of the classical result of the Orlicz-Pettis theorem to delta multiplier convergent series with values in a locally convex space.
Cristofaro and I agree on the basics: it is important to distinguish two senses of 'categories', one in which categories are theoretical constructs, descriptive generalizations, and one in which they are assumed to have ontological reality - some mental reality, for instance.
Empirical generalizations are rifles that consistently hold across multiple organizations and over time.
The assumption underlying much of the recent debate between "moral generalists" and "moral particularists" is that moral principles are (or would be) moral laws--by which I mean generalizations or some special class thereof, such as explanatory or counterfactual-supporting generalizations.