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ontologic

(ˌɒntəˈlɒdʒɪk)
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In sections on general principles, deductive logic, and inductive logic, they consider such matters as the impact of using logic patterns on achievements in mathematics through application games, the philosophy of African logic: a consideration of the Ezumezu paradigm, extensions and limitations to logic, logic and proof in computer science: categories and limits of proof techniques, and logic and order: ontologic effective management for learning and creativity.
To the extent that each has its particular way to keep subject and object separated, it might be necessary to (a) develop ways to signify new types of concepts that partake of complementarity, interdependent co-arising, or enantiadromia; that have logical but not actual distinctions; that convey ontologic relationships such as part-whole; that convey becomingness/process; that are self-signifying, or that are otherwise interrelated; (b) develop and implement novel forms of logic, such as paraconsistent logic, (31) topological logic, (32) meditative reasoning (33); and (c) revise cultural assumptions and category structures.
We would add that Balthasar, still giving importance to the theory of satisfaction, stresses the sacrificial aspect of redemption, while Rahner gave a special importance to the ontologic aspect of redemption and to the event of the Resurrection in man's deification.
Unlike the ontologic realism of the photographic image, montage is only a structural analog of the real.
Cain MP, Kramer SA, Tindall DJ, Husmann DA: Expression of androgen receptor protein within the lumbar spinal cord during ontologic development and following antiandrogen induced cryptorchidism.
To begin, its cognate, "logic" helps us to realize that there is a deep logic, an ontologic, of this ultimate principle, this Ur-Prinzip.
The central argument made is that what can be seen and interpreted, when language is not shared between dialogic partners, and is always and only an ontologic endeavor and never an epistemological truth.
Voi aborda pe scurt in lucrarea de fata doar doua directii, strans legate intre ele, ontologic si cel al libertatii de exprimare, fara a avea preten?
By joining Boudou on his synesthetic, epistemologic, and ontologic quest for understanding, the reader enters into a privileged kinship with this motley assemblage of lovable eccentrics.
In the wake of the self-destruction of the ontologic of enclosure in the postscolonial era, in other words, what the privileged panoptic gaze of the enclosing eye saw as wild, threatening, unstable, monstrous, and unProductive about the land and its inhabitants, and thus justifiably colonizable, comes to take on a different aura, one that not only points to but demands an alternative comportment towards "it" that, in his book, Marzec has called "inhabitancy.
Such adiaphorism may be relatively insignificant in a pure, escapist adventure or fantasy story; but in an allegorical quest such an absence--especially one that insists on raising fundamental ontologic and teleologic questions--has far-reaching implications.