co-extensive

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co-extensive

[ˌkəʊɪkˈstensɪv] ADJde la misma extensión (with que)
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quadrupeds were lately co-extensive with the world: what those conditions were, no one has yet even conjectured.
In good company the individuals merge their egotism into a social soul exactly co-extensive with the several consciousnesses there present.
What is valued and who has power are not co-extensive categories.
It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn.
The problem of the political" (from the book's subtitle) ensures the authority of sovereign power, and even law, never co-extensive with all that is; there will always be a part "not reducible" (a phrase DeGabriele employs repeatedly) to being part of a whole.
Finally London, which appears as the central location of many chapters in the second half of this collection, treats the Thames as co-extensive with itself, as in John Taylor's couplet about the river's intimate function in urban ecology: 'What does it doe, but serves our full contents, / Brings food, and for it, takes our excrements' (266).
Citizenship is not co-extensive with democratic political agency and thus understood, the category can accommodate some animals.
In the anthology of Native plays entitled Staging Coyotes Dream, Monique Mojica and Rick Knowles talk about their title as something invoking a dream world, a realm of intangible reality in which the ethereal and the material co-exist and are co-extensive.
Accordingly, Haughey proposes "catholicity" as a notion co-extensive with Lonergan's "being" and "value," noting that he differs from Lonergan insofar as what he judges "to be true is not always meaning bearing, and the concrete good is also not always meaning bearing, though they are potentially so" (p.
This self-recognition is co-extensive with the recognition of the abilities as mine, not because the abilities are mirrored in a psychological interiority or in a mirror, but because they are kinaesthetically reflexive and at the same time coextensive with and differentiated from those of others.
Under terms of this first exemption to the CUSO rule, NCUA examiners have co-extensive authority with Kansas state regulators and "unfettered access" to CUSO books and records if the NCUA determines it necessary, the NCUA said.
The infinite, integral nature and co-extensive nature of a nursing assessment begins first with embracing the consciousness of deep awareness, following the development of skills in energy assessment and appreciation utilizing multi-sentient skills.