If (20) is true, John is easily pleased.
That is why life is always like a sketch.
And this is why it is so painful to observe your failure.
This is about the National Health Service, this is about charities, this is about communities.
Even when she is describing, she is dissecting.
Consequently, if the one is, then the one is one.
What Max said is true if and only if what Agnes said is true.
There are two options: either the sentence is true or it is not.
The “is” in “x is” is complete but allows a further completion.
And if it is false that Socrates says what is false, Socrates does not say what is false.
Cooper’s passion for Claire is unexplained, but it is, after all, a passion, so that is forgivable.
In short: if ULiar is true, then it is not true; and if it is not true, then it is true.
His main challenge is to show is that this position is compatible with the Aristotelian principle that whatever is moved is moved by another.
If the third is major and the fifth is augmented, the triad is called an augmented triad; if the third is minor and the fifth is diminished, the triad is a diminished triad.
Instead, one must say that to believe “If A, B” is to believe that it is true rather than false; it is to believe that A&B is much more likely than A&~B; i.e., to believe that it is true given that it is true or false.
But to say that that is not all he is doing (or that that is not all the penny is) is consistent with saying it is the only thing he is doing or with denying that the penny is a piece of metal and something else as well.
Scott is the Author of Waverley, is to assert identity of denotation with diversity of intension, I can of course also say that: What is denoted by ‘what is denoted by “Scott”’, is identical with what is denoted by ‘what is denoted by “Author of Waverley”’.
Mark Schroeder (2010a) has recently emphasized that the core expressivist claim is that the sentence “Murder is wrong” is related to disapproval of murder in just the same way as the sentence “The sun is shining” is related to the belief that the sun is shining, whatever that is.
“One of the things with that algorithmic news feed is that you have no idea why that information is being presented to you, you don’t know whether it is because it is trending, whether it is because it is popular in its network, whether it is relevant to the things you are interested in.
Whatever is fitted in any sort to excite the ideas of pain, and danger, that is to say, whatever is in any sort terrible, or is conversant about terrible objects, or operates in a manner analogous to terror, is a source of the sublime; that is, it is productive of the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling.
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Whatever is fitted in any sort to excite the ideas of pain and danger that is to say whatever is in any sort terrible or is conversant about terrible objects or operates in a manner analogous to terror is a source of the sublime that is it is productive of the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling