The idea of order is familiar.
Solid crystals have both short-range order and long-range order.
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First order logic and second-order logic are in a sense two opposite extremes.
By and large, results of many-sorted first order logic translate immediately to second-order logic.
This raises the question, how can we understand second-order validity from the second-order perspective?
Elementarism (Bergmann 1968) is the view that there are first-order properties but no properties of any higher order.
The ontological commitments of second-order theories will then depend on how the second-order variables are interpreted.
When second-order logic is used as a foundation for mathematics, a situation may emerge in which third order logic is needed.
Church’s notion of “order” is not quite one that is familiar from talk of “first order logic” and “second order logic”.
So the only way to get a well-order of, say, the real numbers, in second-order logic is to assume some form of second-order Axiom of Choice.
First-order sentences lack the expressive power of first-order theories in general, and first-order languages lack the expressive resources of higher-order languages.
The entry on second-order and higher-order logic provides more detail and gives some indication of the complexity of the set of valid second-order formulas in the standard model theory for second-order logic.
On Frankfurt’s account, there is no apparent reason not to regard both desires as authentic (the first-order desire because it is endorsed by the second-order desire, the second-order desire because it is a second-order desire).
To make ontological commitment transparent, Quine holds, second-order theories must be transformed into first-order theories by replacing second-order variables with first-order variables ranging over sets, and taking predication to be set membership.
In chapters 63 and 64, Kilwardby discusses different ways to consider the order of the sciences: (i) the order of discovery, (ii) the natural order, (iii) the ordering according to ends, (iv) the order of the degree of certainty, and (v) the order of teachability.
This argument cuts both ways, in the sense that it entails that the causal order is the temporal order (contra the arguments from time travel, simultaneous causation, and physics), but also entails that the causal order cannot be based on the temporal order on pain of circularity.
Eusocial behaviour is found in ants and bees (order Hymenoptera), some wasps in the family Vespidae, termites (order Isoptera; sometimes placed in the cockroach order, Blattodea), some thrips (order Thysanoptera), aphids (family Aphididae), and possibly some species of beetles (order Coleoptera).
That is, there are sentences of first-order arithmetic that can be deduced from the second-order induction axiom (together with the other axioms of arithmetic, which are common to first-order and second-order arithmetic) but not from the instances of the first-order induction schema (see Shapiro 1991: 110).
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- give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
- (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
Example: the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London
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Example: we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation
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- a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities
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- appoint to a clerical posts
- arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
- a formal association of people with similar interests
- a body of rules followed by an assembly
- assign a rank or rating to
- a group of person living under a religious rule
Example: the order of Saint Benedict
- (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families
- a request for something to be made, supplied, or served
Example: I gave the waiter my order
- (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans
- the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement
Example: there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list
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