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on·to·log·i·cal

 (ŏn′tə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to ontology.
2. Of or relating to essence or the nature of being.
3. Of or relating to the argument for the existence of God holding that the existence of the concept of God entails the existence of God.

on′to·log′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.ontological - of or relating to ontology; "ontological speculations"
Translations
ontologický
ontološki

ontological

[ˌɒntəˈlɒdʒɪkəl] ADJontológico

ontological

[ˌɒntəˈlɒdʒɪkəl] adjontologique

ontological

adjontologisch
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Bog-lights, vapours of mysticism, psychic overtones, soul orgies, wailings among the shadows, weird gnosticisms, veils and tissues of words, gibbering subjectivisms, gropings and maunderings, ontological fantasies, pan-psychic hallucinations--this is the stuff, the phantasms of hope, that fills your bookshelves.
Interrogating the political-ontological 'problem space' of water governance, we explore a series of ontological disjunctures that persist.
In the first section, he develops an interpretation of the truth of sentences as based ontologically in the deeper underlying sense of the being of entities and formally-logically in the logical structure of language, and in the second part, he considers the ontological and temporal implications of this formal structure in terms of ontological realism predicated on the maintenance of bivalence, or the requirement that each statement be either true or false or both, with respect to ontological and temporal claims, leading to a realist and paradoxical account of the ontological basis of time as experienced and thought.
I have always believed that most practitioners of science confuse the epistemological nature of the scientific enterprise with the belief that they are actually uncovering the ontological source of what they study.
There is a long history of philosophers trying to assimilate the first of these inferences to the second: really, the first inference is just a misleading formulation of the second; or, at the very least, the conclusion from the second inference more perspicuously displays the ontological commitments of the conclusion from the first.
are theologically incomplete until one spells out their ontological implications" (35), but, as John Courtney Murray pointed out 50 years ago, Nicaea and Chalcedon had already arrived at ontological formulations.
Combining contextualized analyses of the psychological, existential, physiological, and embodied dimensions of oppression, I argue that existing as racially oppressed in a white supremacist society also changes the ontological structure of one's being-in-the-world.
But unlike a relational database that stores and retrieves data items, an ontological database system brings understanding into the realm of data queries.
The aim of this essay is to attend to this question by exploring the ontological dimension of war.
In turn, the answer to this question requires that we clearly distinguish ontological categories from transcendentais, modes of being, and logical and linguistic categories.
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