The conjunction of all these truths is itself a contingent truth.
Conjunction, in astronomy, an apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies.
The sisters filed their latest shareholder proposal in conjunction with a number of other Catholic congregations, and nonprofit As You Sow.
However, C does not follow validly from the conjunction of P7 and P5.
Crane can hold the conjunction of 1 and 2 because he interprets aboutness in a non-relational way.
In fact, we might want to go so far as to say that satisfying the conditions above constitutes meaning conjunction.
Descartes recognizes two forms of conjunction found among the simple natures: necessary and contingent conjunction.
On the latter, we can treat the conjunction in (28) as though it is a sentential conjunction; in the former we can’t.
An example of an arbitrary conjunction is “The sun is made of helium and August 3rd 2017 falls on a Thursday and 17 is a prime number”.
Having judged it not to be an arbitrary conjunction, we are now prepared to recognize the first 99 outcomes as strongly confirming the prediction in the 100th case.
For example, one might individuate Mentalese conjunction solely through the introduction and elimination rules governing conjunction while ignoring any other computational rules.
Since the instances of (ES-prop) are a collection of particular propositions and (Conjunction) is a universal generalization, it is not possible to derive (Conjunction) from the instances of (ES-prop).
For example, conjunction elimination responds to Mentalese conjunction as a piece of pure formal syntax, much as a computer manipulates items in a formal language without considering what those items mean.
Averroes and ‘Abd Allah, “Three Treatises on Conjunction” The translation of three short treatises on conjunction with the active intellect by Averroes and Averroes’ son ‘Abd Allah was also a pioneering project.
In turn, the existence of an operation of conjunction is ensured if Modal Criterion and B2 are accepted—in particular under the view of facts as sets of worlds; in that case, intersection is a conjunction operation.
However, when giving the semantics of the everyday psychological vocabulary, he treats the conjunction of commonsense platitudes about mental states as a term-introducing theory, so it is natural to identify folk psychology with that conjunction.
Independently, in Beziau 2004 it was observed that by putting together the sequent rules for classical conjunction and the rules for classical disjunction, the resulting sequent calculus will (unexpectedly) prove the distributivity between conjunction and disjunction.
For if some proposition p entails another proposition q, then p is equivalent to the conjunction p & q; accordingly, given closure across equivalence, which Nozick accepted, if we know zeb we can know the conjunction zeb & not-mule, but if we also accept closure across simplification, we will be able to know not-mule.
Furthermore, if conjunction and disjunction satisfy the distribution axiom mentioned in the previous section, they can be modelled straightforwardly too: a conjunction is true at a point just when both conjuncts are true at that point, and a disjunction is true at a point just when at least one disjunct is true there.
Humberstone (2000a, 368) challenges rejectivism, by asking the rejectivists to “show how the claim for the conceptual priority of rejection over negation is any more plausible than the corresponding claim for the conceptual priority of alterjection over disjunction—or indeed, ambi-assertion over conjunction,” where alterjection (ambi-assertion) is the supposedly primitive speech act the linguistic embodiment of which is disjunction (conjunction).
- the temporal property of two things happening at the same time
- the state of being joined together
- an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
- the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
- (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac
- something that joins or connects
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Humberstone 2000a 368 challenges rejectivism by asking the rejectivists to show how the claim for the conceptual priority of rejection over negation is any more plausible than the corresponding claim for the conceptual priority of alterjection over disjunction—or indeed ambi-assertion over conjunction where alterjection ambi-assertion is the supposedly primitive speech act the linguistic embodiment of which is disjunction conjunction