Other alternatives are in this matter “irrelevant.”
"But they will be irrelevant, which is the beginning of the end for any company in any industry.
“Brexit was suddenly irrelevant – an embarrassing manufactured problem,” recalled an EU official.
Now, it might seem that the system of indices allows irrelevant premises to creep in.
The same person will give different responses depending on apparently irrelevant factors of presentation.
But all we ever observe are finite times and so EH is irrelevant to physics as practiced by actual scientists.
For Swyneshed, in assessing whether a propositum is relevant or irrelevant, the responses to previous proposita do not matter.
On the other hand, some theorists have argued that the source of vulnerability is irrelevant to the exploitative nature of a transaction.
In this way we can capture the idea that taking birth control pills is explanatorily irrelevant to pregnancy among males but not among females.
But this difference is morally irrelevant, so if this explanation is right, then our intuitions are distorted by at least one morally irrelevant factor.
The first is that denouncing the BIV alternative as irrelevant is ad hoc unless it is supplemented with a principled account of what makes one alternative relevant and another irrelevant.
Chomsky decreed that linguistics could ignore performance as “noise”—as idiosyncrasies irrelevant to a theorist of grammar, as cuts or bruises would be considered irrelevant by a biologist describing the structure of a leg.
Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia insisted: “All these cries about imminent catastrophe, disaster, which northeast faces if we close one cross-border point is totally irrelevant because humanitarian assistance to that region is coming from within Syria.”
The US President, who once dismissed the trans-Atlantic alliance as irrelevant and out of date, said he would decide whether to protect Nato countries against Russian aggression based on whether those countries "have fulfilled their obligations to us".
Theorem (Gibbard 1969): If |X| > 2, there exists no preference aggregation rule satisfying universal domain, quasi-transitivity and completeness of social preferences, the weak Pareto principle, independence of irrelevant alternatives, and non-oligarchy.
He then offers a criterion for distinguishing between causally relevant extrinsic properties and causally irrelevant extrinsic properties: roughly, an extrinsic property is causally irrelevant to outcomes that it is logically connected to.
On the liberal view, where and from whom I learn the principles of morality is just as irrelevant to their contents and to my commitment to them, as where and from whom I learn the principles of mathematics is irrelevant to their contents and my adherence to them.
The harm that Phillips claims has not occurred relates to the charge that “mainstream linguistics” (he means the current generative Essentialist framework called ‘Minimalism’) is “irrelevant” to broader interests in the cognitive sciences, and has lost “the initiative in language study”.
There might be all kinds of irrelevant differences between a given kind of machine and a human being—not all of them rendered undetectable by the experimental set-up that Turing describes—but The Turing Test will remain a good test provided that it is able to ignore these irrelevant differences.
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