determinability


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determinability

(dɪˌtɜːmɪnəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being determinable
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More specifically, "Kant's 'Analytic of the Sublime' can be situated within the critical project in at least three ways: 1) it uses a transcendental argument to define sublimity as a subjectively universal judgment; 2) it explains the experience of sublimity in terms of mental powers delineated in the first and second Critiques; and 3) it assigns sublimity the critical function of grounding the determinability of the moral subject.
However, this ease of determinability diminishes quickly as the product moves down the supply and undergoes subsequent processing and assembly phases in its progression toward a finished product.
For a physicist, a system is complex if it is characterized by the following features: non reducibility to its parts, unpredictability of its dynamics, non reversibility and non determinability.
179) Again, policymakers' abilities to design a default rule that effectively facilitates bargaining and reduces transaction costs depend very heavily on the determinability of taxpayers' individual preferences and of the directionality of any informational asymmetry.
expresses this transcendental determinability of immanence as singular life, its absolutely virtual nature and its definition through virtuality alone," p.
All normalized sensitivity coefficients are in this case uncorrelated, so that the determinability condition is fulfilled.
Indeed, how better to put forward "the unpresentable" than to appropriate a theory that suggests that determinability is always, even inherently, a matter of probability?
Because of the rapid technological advances that can and do occur in this industry, extended payment terms can create significant questions regarding the determinability of the fee.
habitat prudency and determinability findings [are a higher priority than
For the moment, I note, first, that Kant is apparently sliding from the singularity and homogeneity of space to claims about its geometrical character, wrongly exporting the a priori determinability of the former (as singular and homogeneous) to the latter.
Willoughby suggest "a state of unlimited potentiality, of pure determinability.
Invoking an account of interdependent determinability that dates at least as far back as Fichte, Klee declared that "there is no such thing as a concept in itself.