at 2595 (noting that a biconditional
may be constitutionally impermissible "regardless of whether the government ultimately succeeds in pressuring someone into forfeiting a constitutional right").
Obviously, Attridge and Inglis (2013) interpreted this fact as evidence that, without learning mathematics, people understand conditional as biconditional
and, after doing that, they adopt the defective interpretation.
The aim of this experiment was to test, again, the two novel predictions in Experiment 1 by using conditional and biconditional
On this page they were given an example with a biconditional
The theory or idea that T has a feature which is interpretable on T but unvalued on T itself is based on Pesetsky and Torrego's (2004b/2007) rejection of Chomsky's (2000, 2001) biconditional
Truth-conditions, in standard semantics, are associated with the biconditionals
, like S is true iff P, where P expresses the content of S.
Conversational Comprehension Processes are Responsible for Reasoning Fallacies in Children as well as Adults: If is not the Biconditional
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This fact makes it possible for an interpreter to identify, with no knowledge of the meanings of the agent's sentences, all of the pure sentential connectives, such as negation, conjunction and the biconditional
Recall that, for Hegel, the dialectical motor that pushes developmental becomings by its fits and starts begins with a biconditional
determination between Being and Nothing (which thereby accumulates qualitative detail, granting determinate and concrete qualities to otherwise empty empirical things that are indicated in rather barren terms by mere demonstratives in language).
There is an exactly analogous distinction between a meta-linguistic biconditional
in a theory or definition of truth, like "Snow is white' is true-in-English iff 'is white' applies in English to the English designatum of 'snow", and those special theorems called 'T'-sentences that appropriately fix the nonsemantic truth conditions.
The third experiment aimed at testing a prediction derived from mental models theory: a biconditional
formulation of the additional premise should result in more suppression than the conditional formulation.
This proposition expresses a species relative biconditional
that can be read as follows: For some species [S.