The four theses are the following:
All Ninety-five Theses simply read “Fuck you.”
(See Researcher’s Note: The posting of the theses.)
These ways of defending the harm theses seem quite plausible.
These conditions suffice to validate Aristotle’s and Boethius theses.
Klagge usefully dubs claims like this ascriptive supervenience theses.
The theses were widely circulated in Germany and caused a great controversy.
There are two prominent sorts of individual supervenience theses in the literature.
The arguments for the theses have been lost, and as a result some are extremely obscure.
By identifying these theses, we can begin to get a clearer picture of Ross’s intuitionism.
However, there are many distinct ethical supervenience theses that philosophers might be interested in.
While one can be an associationist without holding those theses, some of those theses imply associationism to differing degrees.
Both sets of theses are intended as empirical theses about the workings of science and both are important to understanding Duhem’s thought.
The Theses on Feuerbach contain one of Marx’s most memorable remarks: “the philosophers have only interpreted the world, the point is to change it” (thesis 11).
Because ascriptive supervenience theses are about judgments rather than relations between classes of properties, they are quite different from the ontological supervenience theses we have considered thus far.
In Unterhuber and Wansing 2019 sound and complete tableau calculi are presented for CCL and the weaker system cCL that validates Aristotle’s theses but not Boethius’ theses and that is obtained by giving up CA □→ A.
Using intuitionistically acceptable means only, the pair of theses AT and AT′ is equivalent in deductive power with another pair of schemata, which in established terminology are called (Strong) Boethius’ Theses (cf.
One important structural distinction concerns whether a thesis makes claims about the properties of individuals (individual supervenience theses), or is cast in terms of the character of whole possible worlds (global supervenience theses).
Philosophical currents have distinct profiles not only because of the theses that define their methods and approaches, but also because of the themes and problems that remain their preoccupations despite changes and the incorporation of new methods and theses.
In spite of his finding these disputes meaningless, Carnap indicates how he thinks we could reconstruct them (sic.) so as to make some sense of them: if we were to “replace the ontological theses about the reality or irreality of certain entities, theses which we regard as pseudo-theses, by proposals or decisions concerning the use of certain languages.
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In spite of his finding these disputes meaningless Carnap indicates how he thinks we could reconstruct them sic so as to make some sense of them if we were to replace the ontological theses about the reality or irreality of certain entities theses which we regard as pseudo-theses by proposals or decisions concerning the use of certain languages