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  • n. The property of being gradable.

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Examples

  • Ceding less ground, Peter Ludlow argues that questions about gradability are too crude a standard by which to judge whether

    Epistemic Contextualism

  • And while ˜(is) justified™ is obviously gradable, even if gradability were sufficient for context-sensitivity, from the fact that knowledge requires justification it would not follow that ˜knows™ is context-sensitive as well (pace Cohen 1999, 60).

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  • Value models are fitted as standard with Techtronix 332 three-speed transmission for gradability and drawbar pull, while allowing top travel speeds for maximum productivity.

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