But, of course, e together with h or not-e entails h.
The donkey (E. asinus) is a domesticated descendant of E. africanus.
Denise outlined UKTI’s e-Exporting programme, which helps UK businesses access advice, identify new e-marketplaces overseas and set up on e-marketplaces.
The spread of e-bikes and e-scooters is in future likely to be further accelerated by ride-hailing giants keen to offer the full range of urban e-mobility options.
Since QE(E) = 1 = Q~E(E), (3.6) then entails:
If C has a causal capacity to bring about E, then C causes E in a somewhat stable or invariant manner.
Finally, b is epistemically entailed by a in M = ⟨E, ρ, s, *⟩ iff for every E in E such that a ∈ s(E), b ∈ s(E).
Mellor starts from the premise that seeing e precede e* requires one to have a memory-trace of seeing e while actually perceiving e*.
The plains zebra is made up of six subspecies: E. quagga crawshaii (Crawshay’s zebra), E. quagga borensis (half-maned zebra), E. quagga boehmi (Grant’s
Clearly, a common truism is common knowledge whenever it occurs, since in this case E = K1N(E) = K2N(E) = … , so E = K*N(E).
A large differential in incremental evidence between E and E* tells us that learning E increases the subject's total evidence for H by a larger amount than learning E* does.
diversicolor); Tasmanian bluegum; white ironbark, or yellow gum (E. leucoxylon); jarrah (E. marginata); messmate stringybark (E. obliqua); red mahogany (E. resinifera); northern gray ironbark; and others.
But, of course, e and not-h entails e, and so the entailment principle has it that e cannot justify S in disbelieving e and not-h—i.e., e cannot justify S in believing h or not-e.
Some southern African species (e.g., E. melanthera, E. verticillata, and E. ventricosa) are cultivated in cool greenhouses and outdoors in southwestern North America; E. verticillata is considered extinct in the wild.
Only the races of E. caballus (including the myriad domestic strains) are called horses; three species (E. zebra, E. burchelli, and E. grevyi) are called zebras; and two (E. asinus and E. hemionus) are usually called wild asses.
Through transposition of the Greater Perfect System (comprising two octaves descending from the A above middle C to the second A below) to a higher or lower pitch level, each tonos causes a different octave species to fall within the octave e′–e (E above middle C to the E…
Among the most common species are the blue gum, E. globulus; jarrah, E. marginata; Sydney peppermint, E. piperita; Murray red gum, E. camaldulensis; salmon gum, E. salmonophloia; swamp mahogany, E. robusta and ironbark, E. leucoxylon.
An epistemic model (EM) is quadruple ⟨E, ρ, s, *⟩, where E is a set (heuristically: a set of epistemic states); ρ is a function ρ: E → TL0; s is a function s: E → TL>, where TL> are the theories constructible over L>; and * is a function *: E × L> → E.
It is made up of six subspecies: Crawshay’s zebra (E. quagga crawshaii), half-maned zebra (E. quagga borensis), Grant’s zebra (E. quagga boehmi), Chapman’s zebra (E. quagga chapmani), Burchell’s zebra (E. quagga burchellii), and the extinct quagga (E. quagga quagga).
The plains zebra is made up of six subspecies: E. quagga crawshaii (Crawshay’s zebra), E. quagga borensis (half-maned zebra), E. quagga boehmi (Grant’s zebra), E. quagga chapmani (Chapman’s zebra), E. quagga burchellii (Burchell’s zebra), and E. quagga quagga (quagga, which is extinct).
- the base of the natural system of logarithms; approximately equal to 2.718282...
- the 5th letter of the Roman alphabet
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