Generality saves labor.
How much can you optimize for generality?
None of these continental European provisions, however, has the generality of the original Anglo-American concept.
This article was amended on 13 January 2021 to remove a mention of Hillary Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” quote, as it was not directed at the generality of non-college-educated Americans who felt let down (a sentiment for which she expressed sympathy).
News of hidden generality has evidential impact.
What Socrates seeks is not so much generality as it is explanatory power.
AE3 requires no modification, as it was defined with sufficient generality above.
Note that Boltzmann stresses the generality, rigor and “analyticity” of his proof.
He was the first to call it by name and, arguably, the first to formulate it with full generality.
In our system, we use some constants in the role of unspecified reference and variables to express generality.
In reflective equilibrium all of one's beliefs, on all levels of generality, cohere perfectly with one another.
One last ingredient is required before we can state the indistinguishability interpretation in its full generality.
His final proposal—“Evidentialist Reliabilism”—involves certain further features designed to help solve the generality problem.
(Geometric notions are foreign to the natural and real numbers, the definition of prime number must be at just the right level of generality, etc.; cf.
We may preserve generality by referring to X-standards, the instances of interest to us being ‘scientific’, ‘mathematical’ or ‘scientific-cum-mathematical’.
His preference seems to have been for a simpler theory that accommodates terms of whatever levels of generality are necessary for purposes of communicative clarity.
Of course, this result is unsurprising if Comesaña is right that the generality problem is a problem for everyone who tries to give an adequate theory of justified belief.
No harm, that is, in terms of whatever levels of generality are necessary for communicative clarity (e.g., “bird”, “animal”), up to the broadest level of generality (“thing”).
In general, a systems engineering approach is likely to differ from a conventional design approach by exhibiting increased generality in its basic logical framework and increased concern with the fundamental objectives to be achieved.
On the other hand, Russell’s formal implication is construed as a relation between two propositional functions, and owes its generality to the fact that these take as arguments any value in the domain, whereas Freudenthal’s implication is a relation between two predications of an individual, and owes its generality to the fact that the individual in question is not any specific function but “the function in its free growth”.
generality
noun cognition
- an idea or conclusion having general application
noun attribute
- the quality of being general or widespread or having general applicability
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On the other hand Russells formal implication is construed as a relation between two propositional functions and owes its generality to the fact that these take as arguments any value in the domain whereas Freudenthals implication is a relation between two predications of an individual and owes its generality to the fact that the individual in question is not any specific function but the function in its free growth