subclaim

subclaim

(ˈsʌbˌkleɪm)
n
(Law) a claim that is part of a larger claim
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I take this particular delineation of classical utilitarian's subclaims from Walter Sinnott-Armstrong's entry on Consequentialism in the STANFORD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY (Edward N.
Borrowing heavily from Catania and McDevitt and Fantino, the authors made three main claims, upon which most of their subclaims are dependent.