They appreciated the high seriousness and the perspicuous aspects of his intelligence, both evident in his books.
Unfortunately, the import of these qualifications has been less than perspicuous .
What the philosophers in question owe us is a perspicuous explanation of how there can be a class of entities which do not behave like particulars.
This is a simple but perspicuous consequence of the Cartesian doctrine of sensible qualities and its conception of matter.
He is now, though not wholly perspicuous , less enigmatic than he was at the beginning.
His was a perfectly balanced personality - tolerant, truthful, perspicuous and magnanimous.
Montague suggested a perspicuous way to capture the principle of compositionality formally.
To put Kant's universal principle more perspicuously : an action is just if it respects the freedom of others, and does so not accidentally but on principle.
It seeks, that is, not only to articulate and explicate - to perspicuously display - naturalism, but as well to give sound and rounded defence of naturalism.
We believe in the authority, sufficiency, inspiration, perspicuity , inerrancy and providential preservation of the Scriptures.