That's what he respects."
Their minds could still be, in other respects, very different from our own.
"Jim respects her relationship with Roy even though he thinks he is wrong for her.
We pay respects to the Elders of the community and extend our recognition to their descendants.
Of course, different philosophers see different respects as the important ones.
This conditional differs from the ordinary conditional in some essential respects.
It’s been said a couple of times that the PD is not a typical game in many respects.
This contrast also marks Job and Ecclesiastes, however greatly they may differ from Proverbs in other respects.
The notion that shareholders “own” the corporation is in most important respects wrong and needs careful qualification.
On this definition one is free to choose one’s respects and degrees so that unwanted similarities drop out of the picture.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton says she respects Trump’s children while Republican nominee Donald Trump suggests he respects Clinton for being a ‘fighter’
But in some cases we might be interested in a notion according to which things that are very much alike in B-respects must also be very much alike in A-respects.
Suárez suggests a third a priori proof as well: the first being must be more perfect than any other being not in specific respects but absolutely, which is to say in all respects.
It respects the wrongdoer as a responsible agent to censure her, and it respects the victim (if there is one) to stand up for her as someone whose rights should have been respected.
This dramatizes the point that ‘respects every doctor’ and ‘respects some liar’ are—unlike ‘is sick’ and ‘is tall’—logically related in a way that matters given the middle premise of (11).
According to CCTM, the mind is a computational system similar in important respects to a Turing machine, and certain core mental processes are computations similar in important respects to computations executed by a Turing machine.
"If businesses want support from the government they have to sign up to give something back as well - an economic and social contract which respects fair work, respects the environment and can harness and support workers mental health, I think that's a fair deal," said Mr Waters.
The deal is extraordinary in several respects, not least because Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has signed up to an agreement that is, in numerous respects, more stringent to that which both he, and the Greek populace at large in last week’s referendum, had previously roundly rejected.
Unlike token physicalism, type physicalism certainly does entail supervenience physicalism: if every property instantiated in the actual world is identical with some physical property, then a world identical to our world in physical respects will of course be identical to it in all respects.
According to this view, it is a mistake to assume that for a list of respects (e.g., “goodness of career”) to serve as a common measure, it must be “complete”—meaning that for any two alternatives that display those respects, it is true that some positive value judgment holds true in virtue of that list of respects.
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According to this view it is a mistake to assume that for a list of respects eg goodness of career to serve as a common measure it must be complete—meaning that for any two alternatives that display those respects it is true that some positive value judgment holds true in virtue of that list of respects