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to have as a need or prerequisite

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cause to be a concomitant

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The central theme of this book is that there is no necessitation in causation--whilst it seems right to suppose that the coming together of two instantiated powers might not produce its manifestation (due to interference, and so on), metaphysically the determinist will claim otherwise, and this book is supposed to be consistent with determinism.
Or it could be that there is a relation of necessitation between B and wrongness qua universals such that A's instantiating B necessitates A's being wrong, as on Armstrong's (metaphysical) theory of laws.
With metal gate electrodes for 32nm-generation logic LSIs, to achieve on-current equivalent to that of previous levels even while using low voltage, NMOS and PMOS devices must have different metal materials for their gate electrode, thus leading to a rise in costs due to the necessitation of new materials and the need for additional manufacturing processes.
More focus was placed on job-hunting, and the notion that upon graduation the students would become "teachers"--without necessitation of further study.
and not subject to the necessitation of causal laws.
Nor, again, is it possible that it [i.e., the motion of the heavens] should persist eternally by the necessitation of a soul.
But the profoundly vicious person's lack of understanding is not, just as such, a kind of necessitation that diminishes responsibility even when that lack is partly explicable in terms of the person's circumstances and context of habituation.
Dozens of similar co-locations have happened in the past five years, created as much by economic necessitation as by cross-channel distribution.
(Nec = "rule of necessitation") If p is a theorem, then *p is a theorem.
This has repercussions for Nussbaum's approach, for it means that the act of determining what shapes the historical constitution of a present actuality is thoroughly political, because no act of determining the necessitation of a present actuality by enumerating a series of actual conditions can be exhaustive, and because any such partial determination of the constitutive conditions can therefore serve as either a justification or a criticism of the present actuality depending on how it is selected.
A complication arises in characterizing the that's-all claim in terms of minimality where a priori entailment, rather than necessitation, is concerned.
[]([Alpha] [right arrow] [Beta]) [right arrow] ([][Alpha] [right arrow] [][Beta]) [][Alpha] [right arrow] [Alpha] [Alpha] [right arrow] [][diamond][Alpha] (the "Brouwersche" axiom) If [Alpha], then [] [Alpha] (Necessitation)
Finally, Mellor appears to accept that what binds chances to the space-time location is something like the causal necessitation of ch(E) when Ga and C.