But it is at a complete loss to explain the evident fact that "I do not know" often becomes assertable
as the standards go up, when it was unassertable at lower standards.
While Robinson seemed to base the utility of such stipulations on the field-specific authority of the stipulator, it also seems reasonable that stipulated definitions could be seen as more or less assertable
based upon the existence of good reasons advanced in favor of the new definition.
Statements concerning rights are meaningful according to the noncognitivist, it is just that the conditions under which those statements are correctly assertable
are not what moral realists would take them to be.
Once a positive answer is given to the question of candidacy one can then ask if it is rationally assertable
Free exercise of religion was "incorporated," "absorbed," or nationalized and, thus, made assertable
against state and local governments through the Fourteenth Amendment's guarantees of "liberty" and "due process" in a series of decisions in which the Supreme Court made clear that freedom of religion is a preferred right entitled to special protection.
So not all instances of the T-schema are assertable
in the relevant sense.
Except for international law governing the relationship among nation-states (and other entities recognized as having assertable
rights in international law), the political state is the primary source for positive law and the constitutional structure of law in modern society.
41) During this time there was considerable evolution as to the scope of power assertable
by the private owner (legal title holder).
That is, given that a discourse is faithfully modelled using Heyting's semantics for the logical constants, then if a statement S is not warrantedly assertable
, its negation S is.
Supreme Court has taken a more restrictive view regarding rights and liberties assertable
against the states under the federal constitution, "no longer deem[ing] itself the keeper of the nation's conscience.
Throughout the present discussion, deliberate care has been exercised to characterize counterfactuals as appropriately assertable
or valid, but never as true.