conjunctiveness

conjunctiveness

(kənˈdʒʌŋktɪvnəs)
n
the quality of being conjunctive
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Turning to the third goal, Conti reads Farrer's view of personal identity not as one rooted in Cartesian dualism but in the natural conjunctiveness of moral deliberation.
The following are the five standard postulates for epistemic entrenchment: (E1) if[phi][less than or equal to][psi] and [psi][less than or equal to][chi] then[phi][less than or equal to][chi] (transitivity) (E2) if[psi][element of] Cn([phi]) then [phi] [less than or equal to][psi] (dominance) (E3) [phi][less than or equal to][phi][conjunction][psi] or [psi] [less than or equal to] [phi] [conjunction][psi] (conjunctiveness) (E4) if K is consistent, then [phi][less than or equal to][psi] for all [psi] iff [phi] K (minimality) (E5) [psi][less than or equal to][phi] for all [psi] only if [phi] is logically valid (maximality) Note that (E1)-(E3) imply connectivity, i.e.