erotetic

Related to erotetic: erotomania

erotetic

(ˌɛrəʊˈtɛtɪk)
adj
1. (Rhetoric) rhetoric pertaining to a rhetorical question
2. (Philosophy) grammar philosophy pertaining to questions; interrogative
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That erotetic energy might liberate the anglophone poet from their accountability to those they rely on to exist is not only in opposition to what Luna calls positivism, but is an active failure of the politics of solidarity that constitutes the motivated surfaces of critique in both Keston Sutherland's and Danny Hayward's poetry.
Cornut, Jeremie, "Applying Erotetic to the Complex Causal Paths of Apologies in American Diplomacy", SGIR 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm, 9-11 Eylul 2010.
Among the topics are erotetic logic as a specification language for database queries, hedging as a fallacy of language, two problems of induction, the ethical case for boycotting Chrysler and General Motors, and using philosophical dilemmas to teach composition.
For example, in his discussion of Carroll's "erotetic narrative" and Bordwell's cognitive constructionism, which explain our ability to reconstruct the story (or fabula) of a film from its plotted images, Sinnerbrink is nonetheless skeptical about whether such academic "models of narrative account adequately for our aesthetic experience of cinema [since] not all films conform to the narrative style of Hollywood" (51).
This remark becomes part of an erotetic sequence, in which Magneto's gesture toward the future is answered in the next scene.
JOEL BUENTING, "The Erotetic Epistemology: A Primer." Adviser: Adam Morton.
In the idiom of Noel Carroll, deliberately deformed films depart from the realm of "erotetic narration," where an "aura of clarity" is in part certified by the narration's being "larger than life" and in possession of an "uncluttered" flow of action (181).
But if the erotetic '?Segundo ser darle puedes | a un cuerpo?' is uttered by the astonished Campaspe on first being shown her portrait by Apelles at the end of Act II (p.
See also Harrah (1980) for a discussion of assertoric, erotetic, and projective commitment.
But the erotetic progress such answers would provide is far too abstract, and too weak to meet Kitcher's self-imposed need for `goals for the project of inquiry that all people share-or ought to share' (p.
"The thoughtful labor that I have been arguing unanswerable questions perform," observes Luna, "is utterly antithetical to Wittgenstein's unanswerable intellectual dead ends." And he adds: "The asinine rejection of Adorno's critique of Wittgenstein in the professional blurb writer Marjorie Perloff's Wittgensteins Ladder (1996) in fact bespeaks a critical idiom keen to embrace the unanswerable in modern poetry, but desperately allergic to its erotetic implications.