instantial

instantial

(ɪnˈstænʃəl)
adj
relating to, or constituting, an instance or instances
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Fine begins by analyzing coordination amongst variables as he describes approaches ranging from the Tarskian to the instantial, algebraic, and relational, proposing a relational semantics for first-order logic.
My analysis of sustainability as one of the key concepts of instantial stylistic use (6) is based on D.
However, there is no special research on metonymic reasoning in instantial stylistic use of PUS to my knowledge.
Lawrence's short story, we come across the first case of instantial stylistic use 10 lines below.
The instantial use of the metonymic PU turns into a metonymic experience of "understanding is seeing".
Ceilings have eyes" is an instantial metaphor, based on contiguous associations.
Rule 2: Use the method of instances; look at interactional events as instantial cases and .
For example, on the conditional interpretation, the proposition at issue might be expressed by the sentence "If there were any dragons, none of them would exist" and on the instantial interpretation by the sentence "There are dragons and none of them exist," both of which are self-contradictory.
In response to Broad's argument that affirmative existential propositions do not ascribe the property of existence, Plantinga points out that not all characterizing propositions, whether general or singular, are susceptible to either the conditional or instantial interpretation.
Of course, Thomas uses "essence" in the Aristotelian sense, not in the sense of an individual essence; but the salient point is that existence is an instantial act.
581), stating that 'in truth this prediction is far from being deductively independent of these instantial statements'.
The often controversial elevated or poetic use of language is restricted to only instantial usage in The Beatification as against its widespread usage in Madmen.