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|us and the state to which we hypothetically consent, and which we thereby |
hypothetically legitimate, is a good one. It does ... Posner has not shown that we
would consent, if asked, only to those legal imperatives that leave us better off, or
|For example, we can't “rewind” and change the circumstances to know what Rory |
would in fact do under these altered circum— stances. But we can theorize about
this. If we can hypothetically give Rory some diflnerent reasons and determine ...
|John Rawls has analyzed this ordinary method in some detail and has compared |
it to how we make difficult judgments in linguistics: when we are doubtful whether
some particular phrase is proper English, we can hypothetically formulate ...
|10 15 20 25 30 324,1 pares what is in itself necessary with that which is |
hypothetically incapable of coming to be. ... used hypothetically'.238 And while
he nowhere offered particular examples of things hypothetically true and false,
we can tell ...
|relations whose right-hand arguments were propositions, we wouldn't be able to |
say that. (In such cases, the subject's unwarranted belief about her evidence may
well hypothetically support believing propositions about her relation to Q; but it ...
|To experience the appended space as an actual environment, we would need to |
reproduce the appropriate sound field at the window. Hypothetically, we might
create this illusion in a sequence of stages. First, to create the sound field, we ...
|By discriminating, we might try answering, between virtuous and vicious sensings |
of what one's situation demands. What is it ... Isn't it to give some weight,
hypothetically, to meeting those seeming demands in that situation? What kinds
|We can hold fixed the local chemical structure of a DNA molecule and |
hypothetically vary its genetic properties by placing the DNA molecule in a
different location in the genome. If we were looking at the effect that the DNA
molecule made to ...
|If we adopt AA as our model, the standards for valid consent could not vary (quite|
) so much. ... If we were to think about the criteria that we would hypothetically
choose ex ante in an original position, I suspect that we would prefer that some ...
|In verse 4 we learn that we should not embrace the folly of the unbeliever lest we |
be like him. But in verse 5 we are instructed to show where his folly would lead if
it were true. We are going to accept his standard only hypothetically to shower ...