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  • noun Plural form of entailment.

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Examples

  • I think what is most interesting in this forum is to work on what aspects of the mind/body problem are relevant to telic theories of origins, and what the entailments actually are.

    2009 May - Telic Thoughts

  • Either its proposed hypotheses are too vague to lead to specific and distinguishing empirical entailments, or it's simply false.

    A True Scientist

  • But we can test the entailments of those assumptions.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • But we can test the entailments of those assumptions.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • Either its proposed hypotheses are too vague to lead to specific and distinguishing empirical entailments, or it's simply false.

    A True Scientist

  • What is really happening is that entities without clear entailments are scientifically vacuous.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • Either its proposed hypotheses are too vague to lead to specific and distinguishing empirical entailments, or it's simply false.

    A True Scientist

  • I was the younger son, and the estate was one of those ancient entailments: everything went to my older brother.

    Venom

  • Promoted to Headline (H2) on 12/12/09: The Psychologies of Conservatism and Liberalism yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'The Psychologies of Conservatism and Liberalism'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: What looks like a simple psychological assessment schema conceals entailments in human behavior that have troubled societies from the beginning.

    The Psychologies of Conservatism and Liberalism

  • Libertarianism is a family of doctrines defined by a set of views about the rights people enjoy and their political entailments, not by any shared understanding of what traits make for rights-having.

    Are Animals People Too?

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