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Consider this typical passage: "The theory called subalternation located the continuity of scientific character, the bearer of scientificite, on a subjective rather than an objective plane.
The problem is that we have now committed ourselves to a semantics, a semantics which does not warrant subalternation.
However, even if there is no existence claim implicit in a categorical proposition, the problem with subalternation remains.
Rather, the subalternation of disciplines results in a reciprocal relation between philosophy and theology.
The relation that will help us is subalternation, and it exists between the universal and particular forms of two propositions which have the same subject and predicate when both are affirmative or both negative.