compossible

compossible

(kɒmˈpɒsɪbəl)
adj
rare possible in coexistence with something else
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In short, a system of intellectual property rights is not compossible with a system of property rights to tangible objects.
This involves relational techniques for creating inclusive field conditions making what was mutually exclusive compossible.
The condition of universalizability must be carefully specified with respect to the level of generality at which it pertains, to ensure that the elements of a gender-neutral lifestyle are compossible, or co-exercisable, options.
30-33; Hillel Steiner, "The Structure of Compossible Rights," Journal of Philosophy 74 (1977), pp.
This translates socially into a principle of compossible and equal freedom for all.
begins by distinguishing different claims to truth: contradictory, contrary, and compossible.
Yet he relies on an assumption that all "basic liberties compose a compossible set.
He argues that it results in part from an inflation of mere claims into rights and in part from ignoring the informational role played by a compossible set of rights, that is, a set of rights that do not conflict.
According to Dolezel, "fictional worlds are formed by macrostructural constraints which determine the set of their compossible constituents" (234).
Philosophy's task is to show why and under what conditions these absolutely heterogeneous truths are, at least, compossible.
What the theist argues is that the property of being that than which nothing greater can be thought and the property of existing only in thought (and therefore not in reality) are not compossible.
Each thing that is must be compossible with the system within which it exists.