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its "occurrent state"; emotion is live and directed at
I have said that a functionalist account, mentioning only causal relations among internal mental states and between them and external, objectively observable stimuli and responses, involving no mention of phenomenal character, cannot be adequate as an account of occurrent belief.
The Spire resembles a mosaic of reflections that are just there: raw, unprocessed, not yet masticated or categorized, depictions of experiences that are as close to the once- occurrent, never-repeatable act as can possibly be reproduced in a novelistic text.
It is not to be found there in an explicit or occurrent representational form, but rather in a dispositional manner, waiting in the weights (an expression borrowed from description of connectionist networks) of the system (Horgan, Tienson 1996).
In the N-state, the subject has an occurrent belief that the objective self will die (realizing the first of the two dispositions).
(61.) "Philosophers often distinguish dispositional from occurrent believing.
Part of the point of Hunt's critique is that it is easy to overemphasize what we might call occurrent control, versus a kind of diachronic control, over what we do.
These gaps between periods of guilt cannot be enjoyed as a respite from the intrusive pokes of the conscience, but are interpreted as a sign that things are even more awry than when one's guilt was occurrent.
His topics include the problem of empirical science in Locke and Husserl, transcendental consciousness as the ground of the sciences, the fallibility of occurrent cases of evidence, rationality in non-theoretical contexts, geometry and physical things, and perception and existence.
Both unconscious and subconscious mental states are for James occurrent mental states that the subject is unaware of or cannot report being aware of.
In a proper ontological reconstruction, "human" is then not a quality at all but the actual subject of IHD as synonymous with "man" or "mankind," and development is an accident or occurrent (and either a process or one of its stages) modifying it.
He then defends the possibility, feasibility, and preferability of a two-level scenario whereby we can keep having occurrent beliefs that x is wrong alongside a disposition to believe, in 'reflective and detached contexts', that it is not the case that x is wrong.
Best, "Periconceptional vitamin use, dietary folate and occurrent neural tube defected pregnancies in a high risk population," Annals of Epidemiology, vol.