Echon

Related to Echon: Enoch

Ech`on´


pron.1.Each one.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And insofar it is taken for granted that man can be designated as zoon logon echon, this pre-logical status can be seen in close relation to the fundamental onto-semiological problematic of the "jagged line of demarcation between physis and meaning" (Benjamin 2002, 166).
Repaja ruled the girls' 16-and-under crown at the expense of doubles partner Yvonne Cuevas, 6-3, 6-1, and won the 18-U title by whipping top seed Jane Echon, 6-0, 6-2, in the semis and No.
Aldree Pan came away with a pair of victories in boys' division while Jane Echon stunned the favorites in the girls' premier side as they led the charge of the lesser lights in the PPS-PEPP Ipil national age group tennis tournament at the 102nd Brigade Tennis Courts in Zamboanga Sibugay over the weekend.
Language is the essential medium of this operation, just as it is in the ancient anthropological machine: Aristotle defines the master as the "speech-possessing animal" (zoon logon echon) and the slave as having the natural capacity to respond, without further reflection, to the commanding speech of the master.
Echon et al., "Improving quality of Food Frequency Questionnaire response in low-income Mexican American children," Health Promotion Practice, vol.
Se rebela, en particular, contra la definicion aristotelica del ser humano como zoon politikon dotado de la facultad del discurso (zoon logon echon) y contra la asociacion antigua entre la libertad y la capacidad humana de hablar.
The author argues that the peritrope or self-reference argument itself presupposes a certain antireductionism, in terms of both anthropology and metaphysics, and is ultimately grounded in Aristotle's anthropological insight that the human being is the "rational animal" [zoom logon echon).