3642 | Pythagoras' Theorem doesn't cease to be part of the essence of triangles just because we doubt it [Arnauld on Descartes] |
16582 | We can imagine a point swelling and contracting - but not how this could be done [Hobbes] |
11958 | Impossibilites are easily conceived in mathematics and geometry [Reid, by Molnar] |
8562 | It is possible to conceive what is not possible [Shoemaker] |
15252 | If Goldbach's Conjecture is true (and logically necessary), we may be able to conceive its opposite [Harré/Madden] |
9660 | The impossible can be imagined as long as it is a bit vague [Lewis] |
2407 | One can wrongly imagine two things being non-identical even though they are the same (morning/evening star) [Chalmers] |
3106 | If claims of metaphysical necessity are based on conceivability, we should be cautious [Segal] |
10652 | Conceivability may indicate possibility, but literary fantasy does not [Varzi] |
14714 | Contradictory claims about a necessary god both seem apriori coherent [Schroeter] |