nonreflexive

nonreflexive

(ˌnɒnrɪˈflɛksɪv)
adj
(Logic) logic (of a relation) neither reflexive nor irreflexive; holding between some members of its domain and themselves, and failing to hold between others
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On the other hand, it is necessary to see the same practice as an outsider to be able to analyze it in a different way that the members can, in terms of the nonreflexive part of the practice.
An immediate corollary of this is that if a nonreflexive Banach space X is an M-ideal in its bidual, then both X and X** have the strong diameter 2 property.
First, the corresponding nonreflexive forro ocupar is obviously cognate with the English occupy, which connotes a much narrower range of governmental action than the broader verb take.
The information Moore gives about himself, despite its being reflexive, is still in need of the same examination to which we might subject nonreflexive information.
This paper describes and evaluates two different ways of doing philosophy: a reflexive approach that sees metaphilosophical inquiry as fundamental, and a nonreflexive approach that sees metaphilosophy as dispensable.
Russi describes the controversial status of gli, 3rd plural indirect object pronoun that often replaces the nonclitic form loro, and the variety of functions of the clitic si, which are categorized as pronominal (3rd singular reflexive and reciprocal pronoun and impersonal si) and nonpronominal (passive marker, ergative, marker of inherently reflexive verbs without a nonreflexive counterpart, and aspectual/completive si with verbs of physical and psychological consumption).
Perhaps more appropriate is the inclusion of data from the nonreflexive excessive grooming associated with QUIS injections [35] and the aggressive grooming exhibited by Wistar Furth male rats [102].
A reflexive capacity to form representations of oneself in self-consciousness, and to govern one's behavior with self-control, surely does capture something of human being, as does the contrast with nonreflexive thought and behavior.
How these late transitions occur is unknown, but the usual progression begins with the appearance of nonreflexive signs such as visual fixation (noted at the time of the imaging studies) and visual tracking (observed six months later).
The patron listens in ragtime for a suspension or compression of time capable of sustaining a sense of selfhood by delivering it from the threat of repetition and consecrating a nonreflexive unidirectional experience of time.
It may be correct to distinguish between reflexive and nonreflexive systems of honor, but among the reflexive systems there are evidently many shades; and the change that comes into European honor after the Renaissance may be an increased sensitivity to insult rather than a new view of the importance that is attached to reacting properly to insult" (pp.
A nonreflexive approach to ideology sees ordinary citizens as suffering from a pathology, a defect that needs to be cured through the analyst's expertise.