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It does not, among the qualities, distinguish between dependent continuants such as powers, functions, roles, or dispositions, and dependent occurrents such as processes, actions, and events.
A defender of ARPI might counter that we should construe self-knowledge as occurrent expressions of preference or revealed choice and not count dispositions in our characterization of a person's character or identity.
Burge emphasizes that the fundamental idea is that representational contents include occurrent applications.
Many internalist epistemologies are committed to the claim that the evidence which justifies a belief must be occurrent or at least accessible to the subject, and that for the subject's belief to be justified, it must be caused by that evidence.
Ultimately, Lorenz' account of Plato has it that the non-rational parts of the soul respond to occurrent perceptions which, he shows, provide sufficient motivating conditions for appetite to cause action.
This article argues that an important dimension of internalism has, on the whole, gone unnoticed: internalist claims vary depending on whether moral judgments and motivation are understood as dispositional states or occurrent states.
Unlike states, achievements--winning the race, finding one's keys, or reaching the summit--are things that have an occurrent mode of existence.
An analysis of weakness of will is presented, according to which to be weak-willed is to violate one's occurrent intentions or plans.
According to Lowe, there is not a distinction to be drawn between occurrent and dispositional properties (as if these were two different types of properties) but between occurrent and dispositional predication.
Chapter 3 extends the unity to encompass perceptual and bodily experiences at once, as well as occurrent thoughts and moods.
2) (The causal principle) The preceding hexis of passive or receptive intellective psuche must be brought to full occurrent actualization (energeia, second entelechy) by something that already possesses this full actuality.
When mental causation occurs, various mental events are involved: namely, the presence of certain occurrent beliefs, desires, intentions, and so on.
Specifically, he offers a dispositionalist higher-order thought (HOT) theory of consciousness: an occurrent mental state, M, of a subject, S, is conscious if and only if M is disposed directly to (that is, noninferentially) cause S to believe that he has M (p.
Thus the first is a basically determinist theory having to do with "an amounts relation that ties s [the relevant item] to its objects," or which supposes a direct causal link between real-world occurrent states of affairs and beliefs (or belief dispositions) on the part of real-world situated agents.
Dutch parliament is not the right place to make a judgement about some unfortunate occurrents which happened 100 years ago," DENK deputy Tunahan Kuzu underscored.