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samvega) the subject has an occurrent, unconscious (system 1) belief that the subjective self will die, temporarily repressing the contrary dispositional belief (i.
In this light I conclude that restrictivism in the forms examined here does not provide a valid characterization of the nature of occurrent conscious thought in relation to phenomenal consciousness.
It does not, among the qualities, distinguish between dependent continuants such as powers, functions, roles, or dispositions, and dependent occurrents such as processes, actions, and events.
The basic intuition behind Heidegger's critique of cognitivism [hyper-technical scientific theories] is that one "frees" occurrent [present-at-hand] properties [components] precisely by stripping away significance.
The supreme evidentness of pre-theistic, clear and distinct perception is apparent only while such perception is occurrent.
This distinction is almost identical, as we see, to the distinction between so-called continuants and occurrents (Simons 1987), which is still being debated both in the philosophical literature (Varzi 2000) and within ontology standardization initiatives.
consciousness, dispositional states like beliefs and desires, free will and action, occurrent states like sensations, perceptions and judgments, emotions, or personalities?
Lakatos insisted on the priority of internal history, which sets the agenda for external history and offers a "radically improved version" of the past, in which an occurrent sequence of scientific ideas is replaced by one that "fits naturally [logically] in the original outline" of a research program.
There are several plausible solutions to the problem of how life-as-we-know-it got started on its reproductive path, including the spontaneous production of amino acids, naturally occurrent self-replicating complex structures in clay and the natural occurrence of autocatalytic networks.
39) Preliminarily, Duff sets forth his view of mental states, rejecting what he takes to be the "dualist" view that "portrays mens rea as an occurrent mental state accompanying the actus reus.
149) The first, or static, application of the instrumental component is reflected in the criminal and civil laws, provided the goals there are to prevent loss of occurrent purposive fulfillment through deliberative action.
He links this to a criticism of another view which he considers to be traditional, namely 'propositional attitude' theories of the emotions, by which he means those theories which attempt to analyse the emotions in terms of propositional attitudes: so, for example, an occurrent emotion of fear might be understood to include a belief that something is in some respect dangerous, and a desire to be away from, or rid of, that danger.