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  • noun Plural form of regimentation.

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Examples

  • This holistic conception of how to evaluate proposed regimentations of natural language was part and parcel of Quine's criticism of the early positivists 'analytic-synthetic distinction, and Quine's more radical suggestion that there is no such distinction.

    Logical Form

  • The preference for first-order regimentations has come to seem unwarranted, or at least highly tendentious; see Boolos (1998).

    Logical Form

  • For as students quickly learn, first-order regimentations of natural sentences often turn out to be highly artificial.

    Logical Form

  • (And in some cases, such regimentations seem to be unavailable.)

    Logical Form

  • The upshot is that a grammatical demarcation of logical constants will not impose significant constraints on what counts as a logical constant unless it is combined with some principle for limiting the languages to which it applies (excluding, for example, languages with the operator “¢”) and privileging some regimentations of their grammars over others (excluding, for example, regimentations that treat truth-functional connectives as members of a small lexical category).

    Logical Constants

  • This is already indicated by the fact that most regimentations of second-order logic adopt a version of the axiom of choice as one of its axioms.

    Philosophy of Mathematics

  • WIMBLEDON, England With traditions and regimentations as adhered to with the same precision that its fabled lawns are clipped, no place in sports runs a tighter ship than Wimbledon.

    USATODAY.com - Forecast hardly clear at All-England Club

  • Which was probably true because of the restrictions and regimentations that had been imposed upon the economy of our part of the country after the war between the states.

    Oral History Interview with George Wallace, July 15, 1974. Interview A-0024. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Privation and its resultant unhappiness had put them in a mood to try new regimentations designed to modify and put some Christian charity into the law of supply and demand.

    An Address by Mr. Arthur Crock

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