The upshot seems to be that there is no ontologically
real, intrinsic intentionality available to her, to help address how our mental states truly can be together with their intended objects in reality, or to preserve the essential features of intentional states.
Dick: A Reading of Twenty Ontologically
It is patently un-Christian to treat a group defined by external circumstance (relative wealth) almost as ontologically
When you take away these errors, her article boils down to this question: "How can it be logically possible for the same person to be at once spiritually and ontologically
equal and permanently, comprehensively, and necessarily subordinate?
Hegel is arguing the reality is merely a priori adjunct of non-naturalistic ethics, Kant, via the categorical imperative, is holding that ontologically
it exists only in the imagination, and Marx is claiming it was offside.
In the ontology of photography, the past is felt as an ontologically
distinct and often unbridgeable temporal dimension [.
Chapter 4 evinces that for Cusanus epistemology is equivalent to anthropology, for the cognitive activity that characterizes human beings is ontologically
an element of divinity.
An undeniable and already clearly recognised shortfall in this type of modern 'Western' medicine is its tendency to reduce humans ontologically
to a 'manifestation of general biological, psychological and sociological theories'.
Jesus] didn't say, 'Go out and be ontologically
What is at issue here is that ontologically
diverting desire at the heart of the "metaphysical imaginary," both desire and dream, synonymous with the thrust of a gnostic craving for an other world that poetry only, Bonnefoy senses, "poetry which is not art, poetry which is both unbridled imagination and adherence to the greatest simpleness of existence," can adequately counterbalance.
At the heart of this debate was the question of whether and how the one' universal church precedes ontologically
and temporally the many particular churches.
When they are ordained they are changed ontologically
, in their very being, which is not true of the common priesthood.