analyticity


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analyticity

(ˌænəlɪˈtɪsɪtɪ)
n
the property of being analytic
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Noun1.analyticity - the property of being analytic
property - a basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class; "a study of the physical properties of atomic particles"
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These constructs include analyticity, self-confidence, inquisitiveness, maturity, open-mindedness, systematicity, and truth-seeking.
Jackiewicz, Determining Analyticity for Parameter Optimization of the Gegenbauer Reconstruction Method, SIAM J.
The only way to analyze Kant's analyticity claim is to do so in a way that locates in hypothetical imperatives the same mysterious objective authority that attends the categorical imperative.
Students tended to be strongest in open-mindedness, analyticity, inquisitiveness, and maturity.
The general pattern of the accelerated typological drift in the early Middle English period was as follows: English was well ahead of the other Germanic languages and the North of England was well ahead of all other Middle English dialects in the spread of analyticity and of other linguistic innovations.
Katz, Analyticity and Contradiction in Natural Language, in THE STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE: READINGS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE 519-43 (Jerry A.
Aquinas would retain the idea that doctrine can be developed by logical analysis, but would want to enrich the movement from "implicit" teaching to "explicit" teaching to include much more than mere logical analyticity.
Thus, the difficulties it creates for achieving objective analyticity or rigor in African philosophy must be admitted.
SEYED MASOUD MOOSAVI KARIMI, "Carnap and Quine on Analyticity.
Murphey claims that these lectures present Carnap's philosophy as Quine understood it, where he still accepts the concepts of analyticity and synonymy but "interprets them in a non-Carnapian way" (19).
The topics include accounting for analyticity in creoles, nothing will come of nothing, the complexity of the personal and possessive pronoun system of Norf'k, what defies complete acquisition in second language acquisition, and syntactical and variational complexity in British and Ghanaian English.
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