relationist


Related to relationist: Relationism

relationist

(rɪˈleɪʃənɪst)
n
a relative or relation
adj
of or relating to a doctrine maintaining the existence of relations between thingsof or relating to the theory that suggests that knowledge is conditioned by its sociocultural context; relativist
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Many accounts of assertion are relationist in this sense, including the familiar knowledge, belief, and justification accounts.
Rickles disagrees: observing that substantivalists may be 'sophisticated', and relationists may be haecceitists with respect to their material particles, he argues that both the substantivalist and relationist have available to them both reduced and unreduced spaces.
Headed by public relationist and community activist Armando Gutierrez, the FPL Committee's goal is to have the governor and legislators in Tallahassee hear the petition of the residents of the state to have the members of the Public Service Commission be elected by the people instead of being appointed by the governor.
The Relationist and Substantivalist Theories of Time: Foes or Friends?
The account is used to explain how the relationist should construe models of Newtonian mechanics in which absolute acceleration manifestly does not supervene on the relations; Ptolemaic and Copernican models, for example.
Hence there is a sound basis for the relationist claim that there is no time without events.
Strauss (1968) commented, "Early human relationists viewed the morale--productivity relationship quite simple: higher morale would lead to improved productivity".
Manitoba--Spirited Energy" is the slogan the poetical public relationists came up with, ignoring my suggestion of "Manitoba--Way Cool.