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Self Evidence

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  1. Samugul
    17.12.2019
    self-evidence; its homogeneity becomes differential. A homogenous "equality" exists in word and in concept only, and the generality and abstractness of the term help conceal the fact that in history and in practice the economy to which the ideology of equality corresponds produces nothing but inequality. The unitary word-concept.

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  2. Kazrabar
    15.12.2019
    May 26,  · self-+‎ evidence. Noun. self-evidence (uncountable) The quality of being self-evident. John Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, IV. vii. Any man knows, that the whole is equal to all its parts, or any other maxim, and all from the same reason of .

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  3. Dogor
    22.12.2019
    ‘it is self-evident that childhood experiences must have a profound effect upon our beliefs about ourselves’ ‘Less obvious truths are deduced from these self .

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  4. Kigagar
    22.12.2019
    containing its own evidence or proof without need of further demonstration Derived forms of self-evident self-evidence, noun self-evidently, adverb Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition .

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  5. JoJokinos
    19.12.2019
    (1) Self-evidenceSome of our beliefs seem to be peculiarly indubitable. If this theory is to be logically tenable, self-evidence must not consist merely in the fact that we believe a proposition.

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  6. Tezilkree
    18.12.2019
    early use of evidence as self-reference is to be found in Boyle's Occasional Reflections upon Several Subjects (). The book gathered together a series of essays which Boyle began in the s.

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  7. Doran
    16.12.2019
    self-evidence definition: Noun (uncountable) 1. The quality of being conriyperritandaydiscbencomptisdopull.coinfo self- +‎ evidence.

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  8. Fausar
    16.12.2019
    An alternative account is offered of self-evidence based on intuition rather than understanding, and it is concluded that once we have an adequate understanding of a self-evident proposition, we can see that it does no distinctive epistemic work. It merely reports that intuition is .

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  9. Samur
    14.12.2019
    Self-evidence In epistemology, a self-evident proposition is one that is known to be true by understanding its meaning without proof. Some epistemologists deny that any proposition can be self-evident. For most others, the belief that oneself is conscious is offered as an example of self-evidence.

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