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Implications of Intensional Perceptual Ascriptions for Relationalism, Disjunctivism, and Representationalism About Perceptual Experience

David Bourget
2018 Erkenntnis: An International Journal of Scientific Philosophy  
Here I am going to focus on representationalism about perceptual experience, the claim that every basic perceptual phenomenal property is a nonfactive relationship to a proposition.  ...  I have suggested that clausal ascriptions that allow intensional readings plausibly express relationships to propositions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10670-017-9963-6 fatcat:5qkdcemk5vg7rawnwvtitzdsoa

Exploration of seaweed consumption in Norway using the norm activation model: The moderator role of food innovativeness

Robert McPhedran, Krishane Patel, Alice Rayner, Michelle Patel, Joanna Disson, Alice John, Katharine Porter, Katie Thornton
2022 Food Quality and Preference  
Moreover, this study determined a positive relationship between awareness of health consequences and intention, as well as ascription of responsibility and intention.  ...  Confirmatory factor analysis was conducted to validate the reliability of the measurements, while structural equation modelling was applied to test the hypothesised relationships.  ...  eat (more) seaweed to reduce the impact of food on the climate' and 'Every person should eat seaweed to reduce the pressure on land resources'.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.foodqual.2021.104511 fatcat:ckmtbxrskzavpn3r3jfrgutb2a

Theories of Technical Functions: Function Ascriptions vs. Function Assignments, Part 2

Peter Kroes
2010 Design Issues  
. 13 Ontologically, this means that technical artifacts are constituted by their structural and functional properties (and the functional properties are not ontologically reducible to structural ones  ...  On the one hand they are intimately related to physical properties and on the other to human intentions.  ... 
doi:10.1162/desi_a_00046 fatcat:6jrmwbypd5f3xfjf7u7al64ogu

Ascribing Exchange Value

Birger Andersson, Paul Johannesson
2019 International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontologies  
In this paper, we discuss how exchange value is related to use value by proposing a definition that defines exchange value in terms of compensations of use values.  ...  Through a value ascription event, an agent ascribes a value to a value object. This value depends on properties of the agent as well as circumstances around the agent.  ...  An agent can play two different roles in a value ascription: it can be the one for whom a value is ascribed to a value object, and it can be the one who makes the value ascription.  ... 
dblp:conf/vmbo/AnderssonJ19 fatcat:jv6gu7akojhtrnfqgb5rj2dejq

Relationalism about perceptible properties and the principle of charity

Pendaran Roberts, Kelly Ann Schmidtke
2015 Synthese  
The present article expands the properties investigated to sound and taste and inspects the mentioned asymmetry, with a particular focus on the principle of charity.  ...  Taste, on the other hand, is no different from likability, our control for a clearly relational property.  ...  We would like to thank Keith Allen, James Andow, and four anonymous referees for helpful advice.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-015-0886-y fatcat:pbiaattxovfnrdfmrjdyfqqrqy

Propositions are Properties of Everything or Nothing [chapter]

Jeff Speaks
2014 New Thinking about Propositions  
theorist aims to reduce propositions to.  ...  on fire is the self-ascription of the property of being on fire, whereas my third-personal belief that Jeff Speaks is on fire is the self-ascription of the property of being such that Jeff Speaks is on  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199693764.003.0005 fatcat:4vvcvbi3wvgtlfnfcg6hhasw3a

Bringing free will down to Earth: People's psychological concept of free will and its role in moral judgment

Andrew E. Monroe, Kyle D. Dillon, Bertram F. Malle
2014 Consciousness and Cognition  
In two studies, people's judgments of free will and blame for these agents show little to no basis in ascriptions of a soul but are powerfully predicted by ascriptions of choice capacity.  ...  Belief in free will is widespread, and this belief is supposed to undergird moral and legal judgment.  ...  To disentangle these properties, and to test the relationship between judgments of free will and morality with souls and indeterministic causation on the one hand and with ascriptions of choice and intentionality  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2014.04.011 pmid:24842311 fatcat:4hugiqpvwve25h2yhbpi7kuive

Industrialization and the Status Attainment Process: The Thesis of Industrialism Reconsidered

David B. Grusky
1983 American Sociological Review  
The second theory, status maintenande, argues that when educational expansion-surpasses occupational demand the advanced 'industrial state will reSort to ascription (kinship ties, sociar backgroundl to  ...  The first, the theory of. industrialism, suggesti that as development occurs, the attainment of educational add occupational status through kinshipties (ascription) decreases and status is gained on the  ...  relationship holds for Onlyrthree of the four releVant correlations, and even these three are considerably we ker than expeCted. 1 It should be noted that an outlier reduces the strength of this relationship  ... 
doi:10.2307/2117717 fatcat:3lxrsxyofrcn5cvn23nzr54yyu

Self-ascription and the de se

James Openshaw
2018 Synthese  
This sheds light on the explanatory ambitions of those engaged in Lewis' project. Keywords De se • Self-ascription • David Lewis • Centered worlds • Properties B James Openshaw  ...  This paper defends Lewis' (Philos Rev 88:513-543, 1979a) influential treatment of de se attitudes from recent criticism to the effect that a key explanatory notion-self-ascription-goes unexplained (Cappelen  ...  Not only did Lewis reduce the de dicto to the de se, he reduced the (so-called) de re to the de se.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-018-1781-0 fatcat:b2ughba5wfgvngqce5lgtuyqbi

Realism, Instrumentalism, and the Intentional Stance*

William Bechtel
1985 Cognitive Science  
His goal is not to reduce intentionality to something nonintentional by identifying intentional descriptions with nonintentional ones.  ...  The realist can accept this claim, but to do so, the realist needs to treat intentional ascriptions as ascribing relational properties, not intrinsic properties.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog0904_5 fatcat:h3xxuu53wzautm5sk7x3ml3usm

Realism, instrumentalism, and the intentional stance

1985 Cognitive Science  
His goal is not to reduce intentionality to something nonintentional by identifying intentional descriptions with nonintentional ones.  ...  The realist can accept this claim, but to do so, the realist needs to treat intentional ascriptions as ascribing relational properties, not intrinsic properties.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(85)80022-7 fatcat:n33y62k55ffmtc4qj32vuxb5t4

The Strange Pairing: Building Alliances Between Queer Activists and Conservative Groups to Recognize New Families

Nausica Palazzo
2018 Michigan Journal of Gender and Law  
Section I of the Article will provide a primer on the legal remedies available to non-normative relationships.  ...  I term these kinds of "unions" and other nonnormative relationships to be "new families."  ...  , parties can take on marriagelike obligations and design a property regime similar to that of a married couple. 58 Through wills, a person can designate a beneficiary to inherit property, just as married  ... 
doi:10.36641/mjgl.25.2.strange fatcat:zqpe5327m5h7tm4k5w5pxuoy5a

Reference of Statement in the Discourse

Vladimir Anatolyevich Burtsev
2015 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
The article shows that virtually all highly productive statements in sermons are referred to only one ontological entity-the fact.  ...  Referential properties of statements in the discourse are not connected with the pragmatic context and the subject of speech activity as a bearer of certain psychological (will, emotions, opinions) characteristics  ...  A composite approach to assessing referential properties of ascriptives is relevant in the light of the following facts.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s4p146 fatcat:eo36rs2mszhshl35p6a2zwojce

Being Identical by Being (Treated as) Responsible [chapter]

Michael Quante
2012 Autonomy and the Self  
A subject is the adequate addressee of an ascription of responsibility only if it disposes over the properties and capacities to make it a rational decision maker.  ...  Even though no special properties and capacities can be determined independently of our practice, on the basis of which an individual is the appropriate addressee of responsibility ascriptions, neither  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4789-0_12 fatcat:7yquupksyzfttcc3bpebwmswy4

Outline of a logic of knowledge of acquaintance

Samuele Iaquinto, Giuseppe Spolaore
2018 Analysis  
In this paper we outline a logic of knowledge of acquaintance in which ascriptions like 'Mary knows Smith' are regarded as formally interesting in their own right, remaining neutral on their relation to  ...  The resulting logical framework, which is based on Hintikka's modal approach to epistemic logic, provides a fresh perspective on various issues and notions at play in the philosophical debate on acquaintance  ...  they reduce to, or depend on, ascriptions of knowledgethat.  ... 
doi:10.1093/analys/any005 fatcat:vxw6oeqcp5eejhyp44myl3nkzm
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