Lexicon of Arguments

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I 53
Definitions/Chalmers: none of my arguments is based on the existence of clear and finished definitions.
I 54
A higher-level property P may be based on two lower-level parameters A and B, each of which may assume different values from a domain. Even if we do not have necessary and sufficient conditions for A and B, we can make statements if we do without the concept of conceptual truth.
I 54
Solution: a lot of facts can contain a different set of facts without there being a clear definition of the terms for the second set in terms of the first set.
Logical supervenience is not affected by this.

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