protensive

protensive

(prəʊˈtɛnsɪv)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy having duration
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More specifically, he argues that "[t]his protensive or futuristic attitude or orientation toward a pejoristic state is the specific quale [that is, characteristic] of the psychic condition of fear" (149).
Parafraseando la tesis de Kant sobre la felicidad y aplicandola a la idea de bien formal, diriamos que una consideracion asi del bien es una instancia critica de toda justificacion en tanto en cuanto esta se abre a una multiplicidad de bienes--en el sentido en el que Kant propone el termino extensive--; a una intensidad en el grado de los mismos--que nombra con el termino latino intensivey, Analmente, ampara su caracter perdurable en el sentido de manifestar, en la palabra protensive, la imposibilidad de ser reducidos y fijados de una vez y para siempre (18).
Like the real world, the filmic world is sustained by the presumption that, as Husserl says, "the experience will constantly continue to flow by in the same constitutive style"; but the Photograph breaks the "constitutive style " (this is its astonishment); it is without future (this is its pathos, its melancholy); in it, no protensity, whereas the cinema is protensive, hence in no way melancholic (what is it, then?
Time-binding, in this article, however, concerns the development and evolution of retensive (past) and protensive (future) extensions of the human brain.
821: "La felicidad es la satisfaccion de todas nuestras inclinaciones (tanto extensive, en lo que se refiere a la multiplicidad de ellas, como intensive, en lo que se refiere al grado, como tambien protensive, en lo que se refiere a la duracion.
It can be said, then, that the spatio-temporality of the oneiric umwelt has a totalising and protensive quality; the horizons of here and elsewhere, inside and outside the worldbody, (6) past and future are indefinite and may be pre-cognized, relative to the ceaseless flow of existence which underpins all modes of consciousness.
Using their extensive knowledge and expertise in the science and technology of food production, the Food Chain CIC has worked with the Food Processing Faraday (FPF) and Newcastle-based company, Protensive, to investigate applications of 'spinning disc' technology, originally developed for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Newcastle-based company Protensive, pioneers of spinning disc reactor technology in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries has worked jointly with The Food Chain Centre of Industrial Collaboration, based at Leeds University's Procter Department of Food Science, on the scheme.
Protensive, which develops technology to provide chemical processes with the right environment to flourish, is creating the hi-tech jobs at its sites at Wilton, on Teesside, and at the Centre for Life, Newcastle.
Current "incubator" companies include Aeirtec, which does contract research for the pharmaceutical industry, and chemical engineering technology firm Protensive.
Protensive ( a Newcastle process intensification specialist which trades globally ( launched in 1999 and pushed turnover to pounds 1m last year with a payroll of 11.
Protensive - a Newcastle based process intensification specialist - won the pounds 150,000 Regional Selective Assistance cash from development agency One NorthEast.