Certainly Tennyson's poem captures patriarchy at its most strategically subsumptive
, for the Prince seems effectively to embrace the Princess' own ideals, stating "The woman's cause is man's" (VII.
Practical judgment is therefore neither subsumptive
And any theory that allows subsumptive
arguments will satisfy this requirement.
Rodney Brooks of MIT has pioneered the hardware realization of these ideas by applying his own concepts of subsumptive
architectures (cooperative hierarchical structures) to create very capable robots.
148-154) that there is in that theory a special species of statistical explanation which is neither subsumptive
under a generality as advocated classically by Hume and Hempel nor explicitly causal but rather "transcendental".
For a detailed study of the nature of Kant's logic as subordinative rather than subsumptive
Coy contrast with Wolff), see Beatrice Longuenesse, Le Pouvoir de juger (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1993); and for a study showing this to have been a feature common to the thought of the major philosophers of the seventeenth century, see Jean-Claude Pariente, L'Analyse du langage a Port-Royal.