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“To presume as much a priori is an insult to law enforcement.”
“Trying to justify spin-offs a priori is nearly impossible.”
“July 11th, 2009 at 6: 31 pm ash: the a priori is that things are going in a direction towards an end.”
“Third: back to teleology: the a priori is that things are going in a direction towards an end.”
“As Kant explains, “if I cannot publicly avow it without inevitably exciting universal opposition to my project, the necessary and universal opposition which can be foreseen a priori is due only to the injustice with which the maxim threatens everyone.””
“ The term a priori is not, in fact, applied with any consistency even to these arguments, some of the different forms of the Cartesian argument, and that of Clarke especially, resting on an express datum of experience; whereas it is the pretension of a pure a priori argument to demonstrate the Divine existence from the formal conceptions of the human mind.”
“To presume as much a priori is an insult to law enforcement. the intellectual dishonesty of those opposed to Arizona’s Law, includng the racial profiling canard, is good sign that the REAL problem is that it will be a fair yet effective deterrent to illegal immigration — thereby exposing the lies of the ‘you-cant-enfoce-it’ open-borders advocates.”
“(Note that Clarke's use of the term a priori is not that which has been standard since Kant.”
“I think it has a great deal to do with what we believe a priori, which is to a great extent culturally determined.”
“A basic theme of these discussions is that the fundamental philosophical issues must be addressed a priori, that is, without drawing on observations of human beings and their behavior.”
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