Consider next the iterative conception of set.
Baldwin calls the limited-term, public-domain conception the Anglo-American conception and the much stricter real-property, moral-rights conception the European conception.
Each conception has its own strengths and weaknesses.
Reid distinguishes between several functions of conception.
If I remember the same idea of a tree, my conception is faint.
This conception may be called the decompositional conception of analysis (see Section 4).
This multiverse conception is clearly related to the algebraic conception discussed in sections 3.1–3.2.
The use of coercive political power guided by the principles of a political conception of justice will therefore be legitimate.
He distinguishes between two conceptions of human agency: the rationalist conception, and the classical conception.
This self-conception is also a conception of oneself as rational, as a thing that believes and intends (etc.) on the basis of reasons.
By Rawls's criteria, a libertarian conception of justice (such as Nozick's in Anarchy, State, and Utopia) is not a liberal political conception of justice.
The classic argument for freedom of conscience, for example, has been used to justify arrangements according to the “permission conception” as well as the “respect conception.”
A “distributive” conception of the common good differs from a “communal” conception in that it does not direct citizens to abstract away from their private and sectional interests in the same way.
His philosophy of history is striking for its development of a teleological conception of history as the progressive realization of “reason” and “humanity”—a conception that anticipated and strongly influenced Hegel, among others.
Examining the Akan conception of personhood from these two different perspectives highlights both the richness of the conception as well as the myriad ways in which the resulting conception contrasts with Western conceptions.
This remark is best read as a contextualizing point about Du Bois’s conception, yet it trades upon the common confusion of the duality or “two-ness” Du Bois wraps around his double-consciousness conception with that conception itself.
In this last section, we reconstruct Arendt’s conception of citizenship around two themes: (1) the public sphere, and (2) political agency and collective identity, and to highlight the contribution of Arendt’s conception to a theory of democratic citizenship.
He begins with an independent argument for the algebraic conception of set theory—i.e., an argument which would lead us to abandon the ordinary conception of sets in favor of the algebraic conception, and (crucially) an argument which does not itself turn on issues relating to Skolem's Paradox.
The first two stages of justifying the political conception are the pro tanto and full justification stages, which occur only when citizens both construct a political conception of justice from shared considered judgments (the pro tanto stage) and accept the political conception from within their comprehensive doctrines (the full justification stage).
(It is possible, though, that in this passage Kripke’s principal target is not a mistaken conception of our epistemological access to other possible worlds, but what he takes to be a mistaken (‘foreign country’) conception of their nature: a conception that (when divorced from the fanciful epistemology) would be entirely appropriate for a Lewisian realist about worlds.)
- an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
- the act of becoming pregnant; fertilization of an ovum by a spermatozoon
- the event that occurred at the beginning of something
- the creation of something in the mind
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It is possible though that in this passage Kripkes principal target is not a mistaken conception of our epistemological access to other possible worlds but what he takes to be a mistaken foreign country conception of their nature a conception that when divorced from the fanciful epistemology would be entirely appropriate for a Lewisian realist about worlds