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Author: Robert Audi

containment criterion of analyticity . Another example he offers in the course of illustrating analytic status indicates a kind of contradiction criterion for analyticity: That a body is extended is a proposition that holds a priori and is not empirical. […] I have already in the concept of body all

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: Ralf Busse

1 Introduction In §8 of his Discours de Métaphysique (= DM , 1539–1541 1 ), Leibniz argues for his Complete Concept Conception of Individual Substances ( CCS ) on the basis of his Concept Containment Theory of Truth ( CCT ). G. Rodriguez-Pereyra (2015; see also 2020, 69–80) has defended

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

............................... . Non-closure theories ............................ . Epistemic contextualism ... .. .................... . Neo-Mooreanism .............................. . DIAGNOSTIC ANTI-SCEPTICISM .•. .. .•....•.......... Beyond containment and confrontation: A dilemma for scepticism

In: I know
Author: Edward N. Zalta

philosophical and metaphysical views were never expressed as precisely as the mathematics he developed. His ideas about concept summation, concept inclusion, complete individual concepts, possible worlds, and the containment theory of truth were never developed within a single, overarching system as precise as

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

explanation, his distinction between the phenomena of experience and the true metaphysics of intelligible substance, his distinction between a priori and a posteriori justification, his concept-containment theory of truth, and so on, served to fra- me celebrated responses in Kant’s philosophy, the

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

explanation, his distinction between the phenomena of experience and the true metaphysics of intelligible substance, his distinction between a priori and a posteriori justification, his concept-containment theory of truth, and so on, served to fra- me celebrated responses in Kant’s philosophy, the

In: From Leibniz to Kant

hierarchy of concepts, corresponding to the system of essences God chose to realize in creating the world, whose containment relations ground the premises and inferential steps of all syllogisms. Anderson takes Wolff to hold that such concepts are obtained by analysis. Although Anderson’s emphasis on the

In: From Leibniz to Kant

expressed in his work. Concepts are first analyzed in terms of a precise background theory of abstract objects, and once concept summation and concept containment are defined, the axioms and theorems of Leibniz’s calculus of concepts (in his logical papers) are derived. This analysis of concepts is then

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

these options is the position that the sceptical argument is propelled by some form of closure. Non-closure theories deny closure, of course, and hence take themselves li- censed to answer scepticism as well. Contextualism uses a context-dependent strategy of concession and containment. N eo

In: I know

hierarchy of concepts, corresponding to the system of essences God chose to realize in creating the world, whose containment relations ground the premises and inferential steps of all syllogisms. Anderson takes Wolff to hold that such concepts are obtained by analysis. Although Anderson’s emphasis on the

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis