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Synonyms for ratiocinator

someone who reasons logically

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Frege solia ilustrar las diferencias entre su conceptografia y el algebra de la logica de Boole y Schroder apelando a la distincion que Leibniz presuntamente hacia entre una lingua characterica y un calculus ratiocinator.
4); pero, ademas, porque en su discusion con Frege, Schroder retoma de manera explicita la distincion leibniciana y considera la conceptografia mas como un calculus ratiocinator que como una verdadera characteristica universalis.
It plays a large part in two of his most original ideas, that of the Characteristica Universalis, or universal scientific language, and that of the Calculus Ratiocinator, or calculus of logic.
Calculus Ratiocinator, is esoteric--a working knowledge of Latin alone would not suffice to make clear the opposition intended by it, since lingua universalis and calculus ratiocinator are technical terms invented by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz during the seventeenth century and revived by Gottlob Frege in the nineteenth.
Lo unico que se nos dice es que Leibniz intento "construir un calculus ratiocinator como base de una lingua rationalis universalis" (p.
The first of these Hintikka characterizes as the view of language as lingua universalis, a single universal medium of communication; the second view, of language as calculus ratiocinator, is not meant to indicate that language is a "mere play with symbols" but rather that language "can be reinterpreted like a calculus" (p.
Sin embargo, Leibniz penso en algunas ocasiones que una verdadera caracteristica lograria cumplir satisfactoriamente ambos propositos, y la prueba de ello ha quedado plasmada en su intento de construir un calculus ratiocinator como base de una lingua rationalis universalis.
Kant is convinced that arithmetic disposes over a lingua characteristica which, in conformity with Leibniz's ideal, is accompanied directly by a calculus ratiocinator whereby errors of reasoning can be avoided.
An absence of heuristic bias identification may be an essential determinant that differentiates older and younger ratiocinators.
David Brooks at the time was withering in his contempt for those who lacked his interventionist conviction, writing in The Weekly Standard in March 2003 that "any poor rube can come to a simple conclusion--that President Saddam Hussein is a menace who must be disarmed--but the refined ratiocinators want to be seen luxuriating amid the difficulties, donning the jewels of nuance, even to the point of self-paralysis.
A hint to the packager: You may be doing your golden-haired ratiocinators a disservice.
It distinguishes neither the feme--nor the male, as ratiocinators, thinkers, self-identifiers, speech-users, self-reflecting agents, or by any real distinguishing feature(s) from non-thinking animals.