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Recent epistemology has focused almost exclusively on propositional knowledge.
Thus, the third and final step of Churchland's argument consists of the radical conclusion that, because a theory of propositional attitudes is deeply mistaken, we are justified in inferring that its central posits do not really exist.
Keywords: logic query, propositional logic, predicate, relational database
However, calling the system with an option--instantiate produces propositional (ground) program for the given input and exits the computation without accessing the solving procedure of the system.
What these latter observations reveal is that, as well as the propositional events, there are sensations--which are non-propositional events.
In an open description not dependent on any particular language, Szumska examines the non-sentence-forming formalization of the propositional structure within the scope of the explication of its components, conducts a semantic and pragmatic analysis of the condition determining the incorporation in a statement of propositions formalized in a non-sentence-forming expression, and determines the type of cohesive relations that enable the syntactic coexistence of propositions expressed in a non-sentence-forming complex with the state denoted by the fundamental preposition formalized in the sentence-forming complex.
As we have seen, the interest of contemporary epistemology around the notion of knowledge is centered on a specific conception of knowledge, namely, propositional knowledge.
According to the associative-propositional evaluation (APE; Gawronski & Bodenhausen, 2006) model, attitudes can be rooted in two types of mental processes: associative evaluation and propositional reasoning.
Expressives: They express a psychological state about a state of affairs expressed in the propositional content.
In some places, they say that a belief has adequate propositional justification if it 'fits' one's evidence.
In 1920, Emil Post had clearly formulated, in his doctoral dissertation, a meta-mathematical program and carried out a careful meta-mathematical investigation of what is now called the propositional calculus.
We have assembled a large corpus of student submissions to an automatic grading system, where the subject matter involves the translation of natural language sentences into propositional logic.