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tripartition

(ˌtraɪpɑːˈtɪʃən)
n
division into or among three
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La tripartition du roman, en journees, ainsi que le traitement psychologique de ce heros baroque, suggerent le souvenir des triptyques de Francis Bacon, comme celui de Mai-Juin 1973, hommage a son amant Georges Dyer, ou ses Trois autoportraits.
Burnyeat, "The Truth of Tripartition," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 106 (2006): 1-23, acknowledges that reason for Plato is directed at seeking both the good and the truth when he maintains that Plato is committed to the thesis that "reason can determine from its own resources how best to live.
Le film valorise la division en <<castes>>, ou plus exactement, la tripartition distinguant les <<nobles>> (cultivateurs et guerriers), les griots et les forgerons.
1961, Bipartition et tripartition des systemes de tons dans quelques langues d'Extreme-Orient.
Olivarez said the bill focuses on the most neglected element among the tripartition, namely, the teachers, who are the ones responsible for imparting knowledge to the Filipino youth.
It is divided into four parts that correspond roughly to 'stages' in the development and use of Plato's theory of tripartition.
The former maintains that the traditional chronology of the Timaeus corroborates the argument in favor of the tripartition of the soul in the Laws (because the Timaeus, in which the tripartition of the soul is supported, belongs to the same writing period as the Laws).
In the process, he shifted from a standard geographical tripartition (1832; Dufour 1836) to a composite position which overlays the 'Geographers' division' (the contemporary version of Brosses's regional toponyms with Fiji located in Polynesie and New Zealand in Australasie/Australie) on Dumont d'Urville's four-part 'Division by race of men'--and explains the process in a legend (Fig.
What this position defends is in fact nothing else than one of the three functions of life proposed by the traditional, Platonic tripartition of the soul into the rational, the sensible, and the vegetative.
2 The Tripartition Structure is changed because of Monarch' s Being Merged by Shell
I am well aware of the fact that not all syntactically transitive verbs are more dynamic than intransitive verbs, and that the tripartition "transitive" vs.
Voir la fameuse tripartition courante de la societe coloniale saint-dominguoise en trois classes-races : << la classe des Blancs, la classe des Affranchis et la classe des esclaves (Midy 1993).