Circumscriptively


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Cir`cum`scrip´tive`ly


adv.1.In a limited manner.
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However, in an optical turnstile manner, and without any appreciable attentional control at that, he is in un-reality being expertly scanned, circumscriptively watched over from all angles, from all sides and heights.
Buridan's broad strategy for solving this problem is to appeal to the medieval distinction between being definitively in a place and circumscriptively in a place.
31) For Buridan, this follows from the assumption that indivisible animate forms such as the intellective soul are definitively rather than circumscriptively present in the bodies in which they inhere.