Showing results for f ibid

Search instead for "F�����imid"

Sentence examples for f ibid from high-quality English sources.

  • Similar

    If Lewis is correct though in supposing that the relevant utterances are merely “overt, explicit” statements of fallibilism (ibid., 550), their seeming incoherence suggests that, contrary to our everyday epistemic pretensions, “knowledge must be by definition infallible” after all (ibid., 549).

  • Similar

    In particular, Bolzano's geometrical examples “fail to provide sufficient intuitive evidence for distinguishing grounds from consequences” (ibid.).

  • Similar

    Later Edwards adds that the same reasoning shows that no part of the effect is due to the antecedent existence of the substance in question (ibid., 402).

  • Similar

    ., the first-person description of someone's experience of “this blooming tree there in space” presented in sec. 90 of Ideas; also see ibid., sec. 89 f.).

  • Similar

    But since ‘every’ is (Lewis claims) restricted to a particular conversational domain (ibid., 553–554), and since certain not-p possibilities will be “properly ignored” in a given situation, we preserve our intuitive non-skepticism.

  • Similar

    While continuously reminding us of the inherently social dimension of authenticity, one of the achievements here is the focus on boundary situations where authenticity “is best forged and revealed” (Ibid.: 201).

  • Similar

    As formulated by Stephen Schiffer, the objection is simply that it is implausible that we would get “bamboozled by our own words” (ibid., 329) in the way the contextualist alleges, since “speakers would know what they were saying if knowledge sentences were indexical in the way the Contextualist requires” (ibid.: 328).

  • Similar

    James’s paper is primarily concerned with using what he regards as a proper understanding of Darwinism to undermine the “so-called evolutionary philosophy of Mr Herbert Spencer” (ibid., 422).

Use f ibid in a sentence.

  • Similar

    Civic education should reflect that (Ibid, 11).

  • Similar

    Thomas, Sharpe states that our intellect can know perfectly even individual material things (ibid., fol. 253r).

  • Similar

    (ibid.; see also Bronsteen et al. 2009: 1068–1072)

  • Similar

    Rather, DeGrazia says, to be a person is to have the capacity for sufficiently complex forms of consciousness (ibid., 319).

  • Similar

    Universals are conceptual entities: “These entities are such as can be named by parts of speech which are not substantives; they are such entities as qualities or relations” (ibid., 90).

  • Similar

    The average January temperature in Miami, for example, is 68° F (20° C); New Orleans 55° F (13° C); New York City 33° F (0.6° C); Chicago 27° F (–3° C); Phoenix 52° F (11° C); Denver 31° F (–0.6° C); Seattle 40° F (5° C).

  • Similar

    She claims that “retributivists' theory of punishment was supposed itself to answer the question of which punishments are morally acceptable and which are not” (ibid.: 213).

  • Similar

    But universals and individuals are also formally different from each other, as they have distinct constitutive formal principles, and therefore different properties (ibid., pp. 91–92).

f ibid sentence examples

  • Similar

    The operative notion of salience is distinguished from ‘availability’, such as Hawthorne and Williamson appeal to, and the above principle is used to explain why we might naturally, though mistakenly, deny knowledge of someone in a high standards case (ibid., 54).

  • Similar

    Declaring all such external existential questions devoid of cognitive content, Carnap now feels emboldened to dismiss both realism that asserts the ontological reality of abstract entities and nominalism that asserts their irreality as “pseudo-statements if they claim to be theoretical statements” (ibid).

  • Similar

    The second aspect of the principle expresses “the Humean denial of necessary connections” (ibid., 87), that is, the idea that anything can fail to coexist with anything else.

  • Similar

    For different animals, something is F and F* (where F and F* are opposite or otherwise incompatible properties).

f ibid

    Report for:

    Use f ibid in a sentence

    On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for f ibid. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

      Sentence frequency composition for this page:
    • 19 sentence examples for f ibid from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    • 1 sentence examples for f ibid from Encyclopedia Britannica

    Grid-Flow technology

    Just use the " " button to fragment sentence examples and start your learning flow.

    Example output from one of your searches: