Definición de counterfactual en inglés:

counterfactual

Saltos de línea: coun¦ter|fac¦tual
Pronunciación: /ˌkaʊntəˈfaktʃʊəl
 
, -tjʊəl/
Philosophy

adjetivo

  • Relating to or expressing what has not happened or is not the case.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • But to generate knowledge independently of experience, a priori warrants must produce warranted true belief in counterfactual situations where experiences are different.
    • I also raise some questions concerning conceptual priority, and the issue of whether counterfactual analyses of causation are compatible with the view that causal relations are purely objective.
    • Concerning ordinary physical objects, it is easy to imagine counterfactual cases where questions of identity become problematic.

sustantivo

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  • A counterfactual conditional statement (e.g. If kangaroos had no tails, they would topple over).
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    • Such a semantics states truth conditions for counterfactuals in terms of relations among possible worlds.
    • Recent attempts to analyze causation in terms of probabilistic counterfactuals have become quite intricate; see for example Noordhof.
    • The moral to be drawn is that causation may imply that certain counterfactuals hold, but the holding of counterfactuals is not enough to show causation.

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