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Title: ?To give an adequate account of comparability, do we need to

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Date: June 5, 2008
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By approaching comparability through the ontological question for incomparability I hope to be able to conclude that the failure of commonly used positive value relations to ?explain away' the concept of incomparability together with the intuitive appeal of parity gives strong reason to recognize it as a relation which is inseparable from any holistic account of comparability...

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In claiming a positive value relation, one is saying something affirmative about the relation between two items. Examples would be x is ?better than', ?worse than' or ?equal to' y. In that sense to claim that x is ?not worse than', etc., differs conceptually as it is a negative value relation...

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