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occurrence

In insurance terminology, an accident or a continuous exposure to conditions which result in injury or damage, provided the injury or damage is neither expected nor intended.
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The system 1 belief is an occurrent and fleeting (D1)-suppressing belief in one's own mortality.
One version claims that it is by virtue of some inferential sub-personal mechanism that we can immediately distinguish between our occurrent perceptual experience and a cognitive one (in the way that Nichols and Stich 2003, or Cassam 2011 propose), and so we do not need to think that it is the phenomenal character that does the work.
As occurrent entities, they happen, but they themselves cannot change.
Such theories wrongly view the complex totality as being "Built up out of occurrent [present-at-hand] elements" (Dreyfus, 2001, 115).
Martin Heidegger's famous mountain-slope timber-shingled Hutte (a 'hut'; in reality, a three-room family country house) might have contributed to the mythologization of Schwarzwald as a place of ideal(istic) retreat from civilization, but the German philosopher actually consistently teaches that when nature--and this is not to be really taken literally in terms of measurable and surveyable distances--is only a casually occurrent, distanced, and nondescript presence-at-hand (vor-, tableaux-like, out-there), as against ready-to-hand aroundness (um-zu-, toward-which, as concurrent availability, serviceability and totality of involvements), then it features noncircumspectively, poses resistance to meaning, and gets ultimately reduced to mere dimensions.
The importance of this network was in providing an opportunity to pool information and find solutions to occurrent problems in uncertain environments.
Bias is a dispositional state, not the kind of occurrent mental states typically cognizable as mental elements in criminal law.
traits rather than occurrent mental states (such as intentions,
While the supreme evidentness of clear and distinct perception is occurrent, the mind--even the pre-theistic mind cannot but assent to the proposition it perceives.
18: Sunt sane et multa alia huiusmodi loca male apud Ovidium eo in libello ab interpretibus explicata quorum quae nobis occurrent, cum occasio tulerit, non gravabimur facere mentionem.
We prefer this choice to the more common occurrent, which we reserve for denoting a type (a universal) whose instances are occurrences (particulars).
thumbs-down on the totality of system performance occurrent on the