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factive

División en sílabas: fac·tive
Pronunciación: /ˈfaktiv
 
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Definición de factive en inglés:

adjetivo

Linguistics
Denoting a verb that assigns the status of an established fact to its object (normally a clausal object), e.g., know, regret, resent.
Example sentences
  • This is because knowledge and direct perception predicates are factive, in that they presuppose the truth of their complements.
  • As we saw above, seeing is a somewhat more debated example of a broad mental state: but if seeing is, as some claim, factive, then if I saw Caesar cross the Rubicon, Caesar and the Rubicon exist.
  • The indefeasibility approach offers a new slant on the idea that knowledge should be infallible, offering something intermediate between the merely factive character of knowledge and the Platonic demand for absolute infallibility.

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