Conceivability

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Nicholas Rescher

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For various reasons grounded in their articulation and conceptualization, objects and contentions can be inconceivable. Proper conceptualizing requires an adequate apprehension of meaning. But while there indeed are objects and contentions that are inconceivable to given individuals and groups, we (obviously) cannot give any concrete examples of items inconceivable to ourselves.

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Rescher, N. (2019). Conceivability. Humanities Bulletin, 2(1), 8-19. Retrieved from https://www.journals.lapub.co.uk/index.php/HB/article/view/471
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