ontically

ontically

(ˈɒntɪkəlɪ)
adv
from the point of view of real existence
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The distinction is lateral; there is no sense in which one mode of expecting is somehow ontically distinguished and "above and beyond" or "prior" the other.
So although not explicit in his theoretical writing, for Jung the unconscious is more than the unknown psychical, it is ontically real.
One version is the kindly regime afforded by what is alive, and especially what is ontically higher than itself because it is more alive; the other, the modality of destructuration that obtains when the human being is not enabled by such entities to achieve its own realization as subject.
Yet, we must not forget about the ludic element, which Lewis postulated--already at the beginning of his career as a novelist--as being ontically and philosophically rooted: through Carl Ericson's voice in The trail of the hawk (1915), after the latter hero's travels through New York, Panama, Mexico and Europe, which obviously remind us of Lewis's own travels, the author came to the conclusion that "life's real adventure is not adventuring, but finding the playmate with whom to quest life's meaning" (Lewis 1915: 378).
Indeed, a broadly conceived analysis reveals that language is a heterosemiotic hybrid, partaking as it does of schematized iconicity, indexicality, and symbolicity (in Peirce's sense), a finding confirmed also from a phenomenological angle which encourages a view of language as an ontically heteronomous construct (Ruthrof 2014, p.
Storytelling posits an existential link to place that is demonstrated ontically in genealogies and ontologically in the vital ways in which place figures in Vula'a identity.
In this field, dates and statistics about the life span of plants, animals, and human beings can be ontically ascertained.
Attunement is an ontological structure that manifests itself ontically through mood.
Of course, discourse is not purely self-referential, for the copula "is" refers to something outside the text, not ontically, but ontologically to use the terms Heidegger uses in Being and Time.
Heidegger's central concern with the "value of poetic technique," explains Smith, reflects the judgment "that in technical or hermeneutic analysis [that is, ontically keyed, formal poetics], the poem's ontological 'thrust into the extra-ordinary is captured by familiarity and connoisseurship.
Unlike Dasein (literally, being-there--Da-seiri), Lol emerges as ontologically and ontically lacking, as an incomplete Dasein, a subject without a symbolic identity.
The inherently flawed assumptions of these misleading paradigms, as such, can be seen only with clear independent epistemicity (true, objective knowledge, even "un-knowledge", on the horizon of things), and not in terms of methodology alone (which can often be fabricated and imitated), as to how they are chiefly non-epistemic--thus ultimately pseudo-scientific and pseudo-objective--trends that pretend that certain ontically and epistemically intricate matters are already settled by "consensus" of the majority.