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a story, and if so, what determines those facts? We can start with a simple two-part proposal: what’s true in the world of Harry Potter are (a) all and (b) only those things that appear on 4,100 pages that together compose the Harry Potter volumes. Should we accept part (a) of this proposal? As long as we reconcile the minor inconsistencies across the works, it seems reasonable to think that we s
Inconsistencies and Criticisms Most of Rousseau's contemporaries thought that his essay was little more than a rather laboured attempt to argue an implausible case merely for the sake of controversy . Rousseau's essay also seemed uncertain about whether the Arts and Sciences were a primary cause or just a secondary effect of decadence. Others pointed out the all too obvious inadequacies and incons
Derrida's analysis of Kant's Critique of Judgement (The Truth in Painting, 1978) concentrates on the idea of the supplement or "parergon". Derrida shows that the supplement is not simply the repressed term within a binary structure, e.g. painting vs. frame. Rather, it is that which is always already absent as a condition of the structure itself. This "deconstructs" the possibility of a mutual rel
both hands well away from the steering wheel but because I was realising with paralysing horror what I had just said, and was just on my way to saying; and worst of all, was realising the appalling inconsistency in which it was all rooted. The climax is Punch’s encounter with the devil. My right hand flapped and twisted from the steering wheel as I addressed the windscreen in ahigh squeaky falsetto. ‘I f
particular content, nor is it a neutral medium to which we can appeal in order to resolve the conflicts between particularities. What is repeated as “the same” in any possible symbolic reality is inconsistency, antagonism, and non-identity. The Real is never fully present either for perception or for thought: it is not an experience, an object, or a property. The Real is the trauma or antagonism that any
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Indeed it is all too easy to point out the logical inconsistency between holding that the possession of nuclear arms may conceivably be justified and regarding the use of them as utterly evil and contrary both to divine and natural law. It seems, however, that
He attributed the unexplainable inconsistencies in his observations to the natives' "unsystematic thinking, " for it was outside his economic comprehension to consider the possibility that a monetary system might work without the modern day characteristics of convertibility and divisibility. at tributed the unexplainable inconsistencies in his observations to the natives "unsystematic thinking, "
log post, their results have come under increased scrutiny. Nick Brown, a graduate student at the University of Groningen, and James Heathers (Northeastern University) developed Granularity-Related Inconsistency of Means (GRIM), a mathematical approach that can distinguish whether averages reported in journal articles are consistent with sample sizes and items within a study. Jordan Anaya, an independent re
The well-tempered oboe and the tradition of innovation 74 22. See Haynes & Burgess: The oboe, pp.162ff. 23. ibid., p.163. produce a top C. Redgate then kept his fingers in the same place, repeated the impedance test, and confirmed that the fingering produced results from which one could not predict that the result would be that pitch. This example suggests something of the level of complexity in