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The dual process reinterpretation of Baillie's theory involves four different supposedly belief-like states: (D2) a dispositional system 2 belief that the objective self will die (in all three states); (D1) a dispositional system 1 belief that the (subjective) self will not die (in all three states, albeit suppressed in E); (O2) an occurrent system 2 belief that the objective self will die (in the N-state); and (Ol) an occurrent system 1 belief that the subjective self will die (in the E-state).
At this stage it becomes clear that the kind of thought I am talking about and focusing on is occurrent conscious thought, thereby excluding from the focus dispositional cognitive mental episodes such as certain states of belief, for instance.
Philosophers often distinguish dispositional from occurrent believing.
Development is thus ontologically both an occurrent, or a process over time, and a state of affairs as the end state pro tempore of such a process.
He then defends the possibility, feasibility, and preferability of a two-level scenario whereby we can keep having occurrent beliefs that x is wrong alongside a disposition to believe, in 'reflective and detached contexts', that it is not the case that x is wrong.
Heidegger indicates that it is not through scientific, or thematic, modes of world disclosure that we primarily know the world, this, as Dreyfus (2001) points out, is because Heidegger recognizes the "inadequacy of the traditional epistemological account of occurrent [present-at-hand] subjects with mental contents directed towards occurrent [present-at-hand] objects" (85).
1919) 'Studying a community in order to render better library service', Library Occurrent 5(6): 156-62.
The complexity of our social interactions finds us recognizing and evaluating occurrent emotions in others while monitoring our subjective visceral experience in a continuous causality loop.
are "facon de parler," or the oblique occurrent world-historical acknowledgment by the superstructure or "objective spirit" of the truth of the Feuerbachian-Lacanian-Hegelian reduction of Christianity to the foundational perverted drive toward the Thing.
It is not a necessary condition however: one may be bound by duties irrespective on one's occurrent consent.
The analysis of Robertson's argument requires a brief detour into the distinction between dispositional and occurrent properties.
The broad scope of Tolstoy's notion of feeling extends from mimicry of sensations (excitement, irritation) and objectless moods (merriness, sadness, calmness) causally induced by activities such as laughing or crying through to occurrent emotions incorporating cognitive judgments, propositional attitudes and intentional objects (fear of, devotion toward, admiration of).
the strangest occurrent that in a Royall person the world hath for many ages seene, which dasht and obscured all ancient patternes and examples, it astonished whole Nations, and raised up assured hopes of great prosperities" (8) Spanish authors tended to focus on Charles's impending conversion to Catholicism, which they assumed was a condition of the match: the court celebrations devised for Charles emphasised Catholic ceremony (Sanchez Cano 51-75).
This could not result from a passive accommodation to the occurrent environment, since goals and ideals were precisely those things beckoning from the future, and interests often transcended the commonplace and the present time.