compossible


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compossible

(kɒmˈpɒsɪbəl)
adj
rare possible in coexistence with something else
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2] is listening to music (likely compossible and perhaps co-probable).
I am tempted to say that property entitlements are compossible, except that I want to avoid any suggestion that the argument here rests on acceptance of one position in the so-called specification debate among rights theorists, on which see infra note 62.
It is this last suggestion that what was central to Foucault's philosophical project as a whole, including the possible overcoming of determination in terms of compossible futures that suggest to me that Foucault's engagement with literature saw the preparatory development and fine-tuning of what is central to his oeuvre as a whole.
By disavowing natural rights in favor of a peculiar species of utilitarianism, Millian liberalism ends up being compossible with various forms of social control.
In short, a system of intellectual property rights is not compossible with a system of property rights to tangible objects.
He fractures this gathering with the compossible or; the ghost, it seems, can be two things or in two places at once.
In these terms research on compossibility goes beyond what is possible by virtue of real causal mechanisms and tendencies (11) considered individually to focus on what is compossible at the level of the actual as diverse causal mechanisms and tendencies interact in a given socio-spatial field.
Dans mon cas, c'est par un hasard sociologique, au sens oo ce hasard est un compossible, un possible dans l'espace des possibles permis par ma trajectoire sociale, que je me suis interesse aux dynamiques foncieres en milieu urbain.
This involves relational techniques for creating inclusive field conditions making what was mutually exclusive compossible.
All rights must be compossible inasmuch as it is a condition of a person's having a right that its possession or exercise does not violate the rights of another.
This translates socially into a principle of compossible and equal freedom for all.
Deleuze's conceptualization reflects Leibniz's idea that "bifurcations and divergences of series are genuine borders between incompossible worlds, such that the monads that exist wholly include the compossible world that moves into existence" (1993, 81).