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This, which is not identical with the grammatical term conjunction, is a specification of how what follows is systematically connected by certain elementary logical relations to what precedes in the text.
In the 1950s some prominent philosophers suggested the presence of a logical relation weaker than entailment between primarily descriptive statements and ethical conclusions.
The general terms that are brought into logical relation in a proposition represent abstracted universal features of the world amenable to categorical--and hence scientific--analysis.
Lectures four through eleven contain an enlightening reconstruction of Hegel's analysis (a) of the category of Quality (Doctrine of Being, part one) in light of the logical relations between Being, Nothing, and Becoming; (b) of the conceptual transitions from Becoming through Determinate Being to Something; (c) of Finitude and Infinity and their relation; (d) of Being-for Sell Oneness and Plurality; and (e) of the reciprocity of Oneness and Plurality in Attraction and Repulsion.
In the first few chapters he shows how to recognize philosophical issues and logical relations, what to think about when considering taking a philosophy course, and misconceptions about thinking critically.
Deleuze goes beyond Kant and this is here understood as a return to Leibniz and Spinoza's concern with the 'play of compossibilities' (197) that determines real experience, leaving behind Kant's dominant concern with logical relations and with an indirect, analogical thinking of reality.
The above logical relations afford only constructive-functional composing of F, V, [I.
Topics addressed include: cryptographically-sound protocol- model abstractions, an authorization logic with explicit time, evidence-based audit, structural logical relations, types for hereditary permutators, a proof theoretic analysis of intruder theories, a logic for algebraic effects, the axiomatizability of impossible futures, the computational complexity of cut-reduction, and caterpillar duality for constraint satisfaction problems.
Divided into three major sections (Formalization of Expectations; Logical Relations in Expectations; and Subjective Factors in Expectations), "Expectations In Economic Theory" is as thoughtful as it is thought-provoking.
2) Broome does not attempt to reduce instrumental rationality to belief consistency, but suggests that the two are structurally similar in that the correctness of both instrumental reasoning and reasoning leading to consistent beliefs is explained by appealing to the logical relations of propositions that are either intended or believed.