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By Jerome Dokic

The ecu evaluation of Philosophy goals at restoring the culture of rigorous philosophical dialogue by means of bringing jointly new philosophers from a variety of components of Europe and via making their works on a variety of themes to be had to the philosophical neighborhood. The subject of this quantity is cognitive dynamics, a time period coined through David Kaplan in his classical paintings 'Demonstratives'. The individuals contact on very important standards within the conception of cognitive dynamics reminiscent of the presence of swap of brain, the query of the relative precedence of the theories of inspiration and language and adjustments in context and content material.

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Sent ences begi nni ng wi t h " Accor di ng t o Lei bni z. ), f ol l owed by sent ences di r ect l y pr esent i ng t hose vi ews. The f ol l owi ng passage f r om Ur mson' s ' Conci se Encycl opedi a' pr ovi des an exampl e: Lei bni z' s [ met aphysi cs) i s compl et ed by hi s pr oof s of t he exi st ence of God. The syst emof cr eat ed monads i s, i n a sense, compl et e i n i t sel f , t hat i s, i t i s necessar i l y as i t i s gr ant ed t hat any par t of i t exi st s. But no one par t of i t cont ai ns t he r eason f or i t s own exi st ence, so t hat t he r eason f or i t s exi st ence must l i e i n a bei ng whi ch does cont ai n i t s own r eason f or exi st ence, t hat i s, i n a necessar y bei ng, whi ch we cal l God.

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Ther e won' t be any pr obl em. Thef i r st sent ence, " John may be ear l y, " posi t s a si t uat i on t ype: i t says t hat , i n some possi bl e si t uat i on, John i s ear l y t o hi s appoi nt ment : Dl 3 5: 5 Not e t hat "I t ' s r ai ni ng her e" i s cl oser t o " I t ' s r ai ni ng i n Par i s" t han t o "I t ' s r ai ni ng" i n bot h r espect s. (i ) The pl ace wher e i t i s r ai ni ng i s expl i ci t l y r epr esent ed bot h i n "I t ' s r ai ni ng i n Par i s" and i n "I t ' s r ai ni ng her e' The cont ent of "I t ' s r ai ni ng her e" i s an i t er at ed 6- st r uct ur e, l i ke t he cont ent of "I t ' s r ai ni ng i n Par i s" ( and unl i ke t he si mpl er cont ent of "I t ' s r ai ni ng" ).

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