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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01 issue of Erkenntnis which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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46458 tokens ‧ 39225 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 3484 types ‧ 69 (~ 1.98%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01[edit]

  1. abstracta
  2. avoidability
  3. bivalence
  4. coherentism
  5. coherentist
  6. compatibilists
  7. conditionalisation
  8. conditionalizations
  9. conditionalizing
  10. confirmational
  11. contraposed
    • 2007 August 7, Lefteris Farmakis, “Did Tom Kuhn actually Meet Tom Bayes?”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9053-2: 
      Kuhn himself had repeatedly ( 1983 , 1993 ) suggested that these propositions resemble Kant’s synthetic a priori judgments, both in the sense that they cannot immediately be contraposed to experience and in that they play an ineliminable role in shaping experience itself , while denying at the same time that these principles have a fixed and unrevisable character (unlike Kant’s own synthetic a priori judgements).
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  12. conventionalism
  13. conventionalist
    • 2007 September 21, Peter W. Hanks, “A Dilemma About Necessity”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9082-x: 
      When a conventionalist says that it is true that squares have four sides solely because of linguistic conventions she is not citing the causes of the fact that squares have four sides.
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  14. counterfactually
  15. credibilities
  16. definability
  17. diachronically
  18. explananda
    • 2007 September 21, Peter W. Hanks, “A Dilemma About Necessity”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9082-x: 
      As we have seen, if the explanans were not necessary it would turn out that the explananda are also not necessary, and that would mean that the explanans fail to account for the necessity of the explananda not just in a pragmatic or epistemic sense, but in a stronger metaphysical sense.
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  19. explicandum
    • 2007 September 21, Peter W. Hanks, “A Dilemma About Necessity”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9082-x: 
      The concept of logical necessity, as explicandum, seems to be commonly understood in such a way that it applies to a proposition p if and only if the truth of p is based on purely logical reasons and is not dependent upon the contingency of facts.
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  20. expressivism
    • 2007 September 21, Peter W. Hanks, “A Dilemma About Necessity”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9082-x: 
      Blackburn’s quasi-realism about necessity combines expressivism about modal utterances with an account of how these utterances achieve truth-evaluable status (Blackburn 1987 , 62–73).
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  21. externalisms
  22. externalist
  23. externalists
  24. fictionalists
  25. foundationalism
  26. foundationalist
  27. foundherentism
    • 2007 October 26, Lydia McGrew and Timothy McGrew, “Foundationalism, Probability, and Mutual Support”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9062-1: 
      But one of the express tenets of foundherentism is that “there need be no privileged class of empirical beliefs justified exclusively by the support of experience, independently of the support of other beliefs” (Haack 1993 , p. 19).
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  28. holist
    • 2007 September 20, T. Parent, “Quine and Logical Truth”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9080-z: 
      The holist stresses that an individual statement will rarely imply, in itself, a set of observational consequences—typically, to derive observational predictions, an entire theoretical network of statements must be assumed.
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  29. incompatibilism
  30. incompatibilists
    • 2007 July 17, Ishtiyaque Haji, “Reflections on the Incompatibilist’s Direct Argument”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9056-z: 
      Included in this class of critics are incompatibilists who believe that determinism undermines responsibility not because it subverts our having alternatives but because it precludes our being the ultimate originators or sources of our actions (for instance, see Hunt 1999 ; Pereboom 2001 ; Stump 1999 ; Zagzebski 2000 ).
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  31. inferentially
  32. internalisms
  33. internalist
  34. internalists
  35. justifiedness
  36. justifiers
  37. metalevel
    • 2007 October 26, Lydia McGrew and Timothy McGrew, “Foundationalism, Probability, and Mutual Support”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9062-1: 
      And we are not inclined to capture this idea of basing by saying that the subject actually knows or must know metalevel facts about evidential and probabilistic relations, though we would say that a logically omniscient “upgraded version” of the subject would indeed know these facts.
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  38. metalogical
    • 2007 September 21, Peter W. Hanks, “A Dilemma About Necessity”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9082-x: 
      22 For example, Lewis thinks the truth values of controversial modal axioms can be settled by metalogical considerations about the accessibility relation among worlds.
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  39. microworld
  40. misattribution
  41. nondeterministically
    • 2007 July 17, Ishtiyaque Haji, “Reflections on the Incompatibilist’s Direct Argument”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9056-z: 
      Assume that Jones’ decision to murder Smith is nondeterministically (and nonwaywardly) caused (in accordance with a modest libertarian account of free action) by a cluster of Jones’ reasons; had he not arrived at this decision at the time at which he did, another cluster of his reasons would have nondeterministically (and nondeviantly) caused an alternative decision.
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  42. nondeviant
  43. nondeviantly
    • 2007 July 17, Ishtiyaque Haji, “Reflections on the Incompatibilist’s Direct Argument”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9056-z: 
      Assume that Jones’ decision to murder Smith is nondeterministically (and nonwaywardly) caused (in accordance with a modest libertarian account of free action) by a cluster of Jones’ reasons; had he not arrived at this decision at the time at which he did, another cluster of his reasons would have nondeterministically (and nondeviantly) caused an alternative decision.
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  44. nonresponsibility
    • 2007 July 17, Ishtiyaque Haji, “Reflections on the Incompatibilist’s Direct Argument”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9056-z: 
      One can, though, strengthen the assumption at issue – the assumption that causal nonresponsibility is not sufficient for moral nonresponsibility – without appeal to the notion of avoidability, so that the resulting, strengthened principle does do the required work of ruling out our being morally responsible for the laws.
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  45. nonsensory
  46. nonwaywardly
    • 2007 July 17, Ishtiyaque Haji, “Reflections on the Incompatibilist’s Direct Argument”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9056-z: 
      Assume that Jones’ decision to murder Smith is nondeterministically (and nonwaywardly) caused (in accordance with a modest libertarian account of free action) by a cluster of Jones’ reasons; had he not arrived at this decision at the time at which he did, another cluster of his reasons would have nondeterministically (and nondeviantly) caused an alternative decision.
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  47. obligatoriness
  48. ontologists
  49. permissibility
  50. personalist
    • 2007 August 7, Lefteris Farmakis, “Did Tom Kuhn actually Meet Tom Bayes?”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9053-2: 
      Bayesianism, even in its personalist version, presupposes a commonly shared observational basis, or at least a shared conception of what counts as a possible observation, and in this sense it is more objective and much more in the vein of the empiricist tradition than Kuhnian philosophy of science allows.
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  51. pivotally
  52. platonism
  53. platonists
  54. relata
  55. reliabilism
  56. reliabilist
  57. revisable
  58. standardly
  59. supervenience
  60. unrevisable
    • 2007 August 7, Lefteris Farmakis, “Did Tom Kuhn actually Meet Tom Bayes?”, Erkenntnis, volume 68, number 1, DOI:10.1007/s10670-007-9053-2: 
      Kuhn himself had repeatedly ( 1983 , 1993 ) suggested that these propositions resemble Kant’s synthetic a priori judgments, both in the sense that they cannot immediately be contraposed to experience and in that they play an ineliminable role in shaping experience itself , while denying at the same time that these principles have a fixed and unrevisable character (unlike Kant’s own synthetic a priori judgements).
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  61. unsheddable

Sequestered[edit]

  1. intedeterminacy = interdeterminacy