Other Naive Russellians (Braun) do not.
And naive about what it would take to undo it.
But to think some cyclists do not take performance enhancers is naive.
Concluding from all this that conglomerates will die out, however, would be naive, says Mr Khanna.
Naive set theory using adaptive logic is presented by Verdée (2013).
The second objection to Naive Dominance comes from Pettigrew (2014a).
These theories all restrict the “naive” transparency principle (Truth).
(Note: This problem will not face Braun’s version of Naive Russellianism in quite the same way.)
It is doubly naive to expect that mobs will set limits; it is in their nature to run out of control.
Like intentionalists, naive realists want to maintain our ordinary conception of perceptual experience.
Fortunately, this naive view is wrong, as a train of events that started almost half a century ago showed.
And many naive realists describe the relation at the heart of their view as a non-representational relation.
In situations in which the acts (options) influence the states (of the world), Naive Dominance does not apply.
It may be that those who wish to abolish war are naive, but Fukuyama argues persuasively that Hegel's view of war is equally naive.
But Washington's policy-makers are far from naive - which means that their goal is evidently of getting a treaty that does nothing significant to halt climate destabilization.
We have argued that a proponent of (the standard version of) Naive Russellianism cannot employ Grice’s notion of conversational implicature, or any obvious permutation thereof, to account for our Frege intuitions.
After being treated with the experimental vaccine, 47 out of 48 participants showed the targeted levels of naive B cells critical in eventually producing the antibodies, though the data remains subject to peer review.
As it is standardly presented today, Curry’s paradox afflicts “naive” truth theories (those featuring a “transparent” truth predicate) and “naive” set theories (those featuring unrestricted set abstraction).
The researchers found that "fever and chills were more common among previously infected vaccine recipients after the first dose, whereas infection-naive individuals were more likely to experience headache, dizziness, or lightheadedness after the second dose."
Gary Small, a professor of psychiatry and biobehavioural sciences at UCLA, compared the brains of “internet naive” and “internet savvy” older adults and found that neural activity increased among the naive group after they had spent a week searching for things online.
- of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style
- marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience
Example: a teenager's naive ignorance of life
- lacking information or instruction
- not initiated; deficient in relevant experience
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