- extensional + -ly (Wiktionary)
“That valuable and valued things are extensionally equivalent is a substantive (and quite controversial!) claim.”
“That valuable and valued things are extensionally equivalent is a substantive and quite controversial! claim.”
“Certainly, the structuralist faces a challenge in articulating her views to contemporary philosophers schooled in modern logic and set theory, which retains the classical framework of individual objects, and where a structure is just a particular set, namely a set of objects, and a set of relations, where the latter are thought of extensionally as just sets of ordered pairs (or more generally n-tuples in the case of n-place relations).”
“Timaeus 'opening question (“What is that which always is and never becomes ¦?”) can be read extensionally (“What entity or entities are such that they always are and never become ¦?”) or intensionally (“What is it for some entity always to be and never to become ¦?”).”
“Moreover, these notions of correctness can differ even extensionally, i.e., give different verdicts regarding the correctness of individual beliefs.”
“Since God's will is uncorrupted by self-interest or passion, divine volitions and moral commands are extensionally equivalent.”
“Generalizing, such a view would entail arranging the respective spheres in such a way that any intensionally impossible world is closer to @ than any extensionally impossible one.”
“I have, however, worked extensively and possibly extensionally in the Mojave Desert, in the past, when The Desert, and the whole state of California, was a little more open to minerals exploration and mining.”
“Their paradoxical characteristics, as dialetheists stress, are due exactly to the intuitive features of ordinary language: unavoidable self-reference; failure of metalinguistic hierarchies producing only languages that are expressively weaker than English; and the obvious presence of a truth predicate for English, ˜is true™, which is characterized (at least extensionally) by the Tarskian T-schema.”
“The definition “Water is H2O,” for example, is intensionally adequate because the identity of water and H2O is necessary (assuming the Kripke-Putnam view about the rigidity of natural-kind terms); the definition is therefore extensionally adequate also.”
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