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- noun The property of being
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P, grounded in higher-order percepts of those experiences, then the thinkability of such thoughts is both readily explicable, and apparently unthreatening to a naturalistic approach to the mind.
Higher-Order Theories of Consciousness Carruthers, Peter 2007
The thinktank that has suffered such thinkability issues, that gave us Dick Cheney and John Bolton and Richard Perle and on and on and helped bring somewhere between 100,000 and 200,000 deaths to Iraq, that George Bush said had given him more brains than any other organization — the AEI is putting its best foot forward.
They are living proof we are animals depsite are thinkability!
We are the orphans of ideas which have lost their thinkability.
Theology, in its particularity, is thus granted a specific autonomy that does not need to pass through more generic conditions of possibility or thinkability.
An und für sich danbarber 2010
We don't talk about thinkability, or thinking talent, or thinking instincts.