The term ‘criterion of identity’ is ambiguous.
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Dynamic-optimizing control requires the control system to operate in such a way that a specific performance criterion is satisfied.
There is, of course, a stupefying vanity to this way of thinking – as if Covid waits round corners with a stopwatch and step counter, making sure it only infects those who meet some specific criterion of irresponsibility – and, moreover, a specific criterion of irresponsibility, which always seems to be just slightly less responsible than your own.
The Pareto criterion has the strong intuitive appeal.
Popper disapproved thoroughly of Kuhn’s demarcation criterion.
Metaphysics Ζ.3 examines the subject criterion from this perspective.
In general, a one-level criterion for objects of sort F takes the form:
This criterion judges some acts to be not wrong which certainly seem to be wrong.
The sameness-of-content criterion was criticized by David Lewis (1991, 40) as question-begging.
In his 1906 paper, “A Brief Survey of My Logical Doctrines”, Frege seems to endorse the following criterion:
The criterion of identity will be determined by, but not determine, the criterion of application.
That is, suppose that our criterion of wrongness can be quite different from our criterion of blameworthiness.
But in the criterion for kinds the necessity must be taken to be de dicto (with respect to ‘K’) if the criterion is to give the desired results.
While there is considerable agreement that sortals “provide a criterion of identity” there is disagreement on what is required for a criterion of identity.
The natural move, then, is to apply the Psychological Criterion to the criterion of ownership relevant to responsibility (see, e.g., Glannon 1998, 231, 237–243).
Thus perhaps the proper criterion, or at any event a proper criterion, for the success of an Spinozistic account of variety in matter and its individuation into bodies is the quantifiability of the basic properties in which it proceeds.
I can in no way agree to taking ‘intuitively clear’ as a criterion of truth in mathematics, for this criterion would mean the complete triumph of subjectivism and would lead to a break with the understanding of science as a form of social activity.
Not all criteria of identity can be two-level (on pain of infinite regress), and it is tempting to think that the distinction between objects for which a two-level criterion is possible and those for which only a one-level criterion is possible coincides with that between abstract and concrete objects (and so, that a two-level criterion for sets must be possible).
Performing this correctness check is a challenge that amounts to rebuilding a sequential construction history for your structure, corresponding to a derivation in sequent calculus, and seems at first a very complex problem: the first correctness criterion for MLL proof nets, called the “long trip criterion”, and present in Girard’s original paper, is exponential, as well as the ACC (Acyclic connected) criterion of Danos and Regnier (1989) found later on.
- a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated
- the ideal in terms of which something can be judged
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Performing this correctness check is a challenge that amounts to rebuilding a sequential construction history for your structure corresponding to a derivation in sequent calculus and seems at first a very complex problem the first correctness criterion for MLL proof nets called the long trip criterion and present in Girards original paper is exponential as well as the ACC Acyclic connected criterion of Danos and Regnier 1989 found later on