explicandum


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(logic) a statement of something (a fact or thing or expression) to be explained

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Hanson (10), debemos entender del siguiente modo esta ultima caracteristica del explicandum: el conocimiento que podemos tener de los argumentos que exhiben la relacion de consecuencia logica lo podemos adquirir a priori, lo cual es consistente con que haya argumentos logicamente validos que no podemos conocer.
Como sugiere Mario GomezTorrente (34), este segundo requisito demanda que una oracion que asevere que la extension del explicatum se encuentra incluida en la del explicandum sea una verdad analitica o conceptualmente necesaria.
This manoeuvre of attaching matter immediately to the intellect, which surely is of great help for Plotinus in reducing the antagonism of Greek thought, draws on developing another trait of the metaphysics of Aristotle: the latter had spoken not only about intelligible matter (Metaphysics 1037a1-5) but had also conceived the relation between matter and form as a kind of shifting intellectual rapport between explicandum and explicans (things situated on the lower existential position relate to the ones on the higher location as matter to form, i.e.
De ahi la afirmacion popperiana acerca de la naturaleza del explicandum: a lo sumo se podia explicar rasgos de especie o tipo.
(27) Augustin Lehmkuhl, S.J., (1834-1918) summarizes the tradition: "Discrepant autem scriptores, si explicandum est, utrum liceat directe velle necem aggressoris, an opporteat sistere in indirecta illius necis volitione.
Sobre las relaciones entre explanans o explicatum (en plural: explanantia) y explanandum o explicandum (en plural: explananda), cfr.
In the alcohol controls paradigm, on the other hand, cirrhosis--and particularly cirrhosis mortality trends--occupied the more important position of the paradigm's initial primary scientific explicandum, i.e., the chief phenomenon to be explained by the paradigm.
According to Ernest Nagel, one of the requirements for claiming a causation is that the relationship between explicans and explicandum should be invariable.(2)
explicandum est, quid sit ens per se, et per accidens, sic enim etiam ens dividitur ab eodem Aristot.
And is it not always rough when Neptune is angry?' This explanation is found unsatisfactory because (just as in the case of the fully circular explanation) the only evidence for the explicans is the explicandum itself.
In other words, knowing that an explanans is true, and that it entails the explanandum (Popper's explicandum), is not sufficient for explanation.
This is why theories in the social sciences--many have been proposed--have a peculiar fate: they stimulate, they provide important concepts, but the stipulated relation between explicator and explicandum does not stand the test of time and circumstances.
Pues, en efecto, sin multiplicidad la unidad carece de explicandum, y sin unidad la multiplicidad carece de determinacion.
Forms of environmentalism abound, and often the text recognizes that--as in Hume's treatment of government and citizen or British fretting about the primitive Irish--explicans and explicandum can readily change places.
Ni en la tradicion ni en los actuales discursos sobre la racionalidad existe un explicandum unitario, y hay que agregar que los conceptos centrales mismos tienen una historia: la facultad dianoetica, "episteme" en Aristoteles, no se puede traducir por "conocimiento cientifico" en nuestro sentido, e inversamente no se encuentra en la filosofia practica aristotelica ninguna correspondencia con el tipo ideal de Mill de racionalidad economica porque "oikonomia" significa algo diferente.