This schema is known nowadays as ‘Naïve Comprehension’.
One of Mr Dennett’s key slogans is “competence without comprehension”.
While second graders had better comprehension with listening, eighth graders showed better comprehension when reading.
The comprehension principle then is characterized by an infinite set of sentences of the form of:
In Zermelo’s system, the comprehension principle is eliminated in favour of several much more restrictive axioms:
Some other fragments of NF, obtained by weakening comprehension rather than extensionality, are known to be consistent.
In this way, he tried to define the separation between the subject (zhu 主) and the object (ke 客) of comprehension (Zhu 1999: 45).
This development took place in a discourse on the nature of comprehension and the relation between ourselves and the things we perceive.
Asking these different types of questions while you read with your child can be a great way to encourage their language skills and story comprehension.
Psychologists and health literacy experts seek effective ways to improve comprehension among patients and candidate study participants (Candilis and Lidz 2010).
“However, a challenge arises in cases where disclosing all of the very serious risks to candidates, results in forms that are so long as to inhibit comprehension.
There are many applications that allow teachers to record their voice speaking in the target language, which reinforces text and speech comprehension development.
This area appears to be uniquely important for the comprehension of speech sounds and is considered to be the receptive language, or language comprehension, centre.
They show that it is impossible to have a concept of set satisfying the unrestricted comprehension principle (also called full comprehension or unrestricted abstraction):
Mr Dennett expects that computers will continue to increase in competence but doubts that they will soon develop genuine comprehension, since they lack the autonomy and social practices that have nurtured comprehension in humans.
Dai Zhen is widely considered to be the first Chinese philosopher to have described the relation between the subject and object of comprehension by defining the subject’s potential for comprehension as a tool, which can be compared to light that makes objects visible.
NFP (predicative NF), the version of NF in which one accepts only instances of the axiom of comprehension which can be typed so as to be instances of comprehension of predicative TST (described above under type theories) was shown to be consistent by Marcel Crabbé (1982).
Given the inconsistency of unrestricted comprehension, the objective becomes to find a way to restrict either the comprehension principle itself or the underlying logical principles to regain a consistent theory, that is, a set theory that will not be trivialised by Russell’s paradox.
His categorization of identity and difference, or of the absolute relativity of objects, was thus based upon the impossibility of conceptual definitions of reality, since every linguistic comprehension was necessarily limited to a contextually determined meaning which was incapable of embracing all dimensions of the object of comprehension.
- an ability to understand the meaning or importance of something (or the knowledge acquired as a result)
Example: how you can do that is beyond my comprehension
- the relation of comprising something
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His categorization of identity and difference or of the absolute relativity of objects was thus based upon the impossibility of conceptual definitions of reality since every linguistic comprehension was necessarily limited to a contextually determined meaning which was incapable of embracing all dimensions of the object of comprehension