metaph

metaph.

1. metaphysical.
2. metaphysics.
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Table 6: Polysemous verbs with both spatial and metaphorical meanings Verb Gloss Sub Verb Gloss Sub category category opetnja smear, soil' AFFECT A opetnja throw mud SURROUND, SURFACE at smb' METAPH.
Sin embargo, creo que es dificil de sostener si consideramos la afirmacion ya citada de Metaph.
In the last two of these, Owens refers to In IX Metaph.
21) Aristoteles, A P o, I, 2, 71 b 09-12; 71 b 15-16; 4, 73 a 21; 6, 74 b 06; 33, 88 b 30-89 a 10; Metaph.
22) SDE 37/ 2 497, 44; SDN 37/ 1 23, 24-28; SDN 37/ 1 297,57-65; SDN 37/ 1 326, 47-50; De causis, 101; Metaph.
Sobre la base de que tanto el libro II de Metafisica como el Protreptico corresponden al mismo periodo del desarrollo del pensamiento aristotelico, Berti comenta que "la relacion entre anterior y posterior es precisamente aquella que existe entre la causa y el efecto; en consecuencia, el caso considerado aqui [el fragmento 82 del Protreptico] es precisamente aquel que es expuesto en Metaph.
2) "Fabrication is always something other than nature (Aristotle Metaph.
Aristotle says that natures are in the same genus as capacities at Metaph [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Pues la prioridad de la sustancia en el marco del esquema de las categorias consiste en que hay una entidad cuya esencia --esto debe servir para aclarar el significado de physis y ousia en Metaph.
Before the narratives, the next section outlines the metaph or that informs them.
In other words, by repeating and re-presenting the fish gutting, the letter-writing narrative refuses a singular interpretation of power and resistance as metaph orical.
We used this information to create a dependent variable called roles, which was coded 1 in our analysis if the metaphor occurrence was family or military, or 0 for any other metaph or.