One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The closure principle is both plausible and explanatorily valuable.’
- ‘This leads naturally enough to the conclusion that it is simply confused or explanatorily superfluous.’
- ‘Without it, even a priori deducibility might seem explanatorily less than sufficient, though the need for such a story remains a matter of controversy.’
- ‘‘Not relevant’ means, for Skinner, explanatorily circular or regressive.’
- ‘The philosophical distinction between truths of meaning and truths of fact does not reflect a genuine, explanatorily significant distinction.’
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