phaenomenon

Related to phaenomenon: phenomenons

phaenomenon

(fɪˈnɒmɪnən)
n
another name for phenomenon
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A strange phaenomenon take place in the center of electrode were it was obtained a constant wear, regardless of the roughness required and, implicit, regardless of the machining parameters.
Nevertheless, the respublica phaenomenon, or actual political state, might approach the ideal of the respublica noumenon, if public laws were judged by the criterion of whether they might be authored by a universal will.
Habermas moves beyond Kant at the very point where Hayek stops: in place of Hayek's "Senate of the wise", he demands that the respublica phaenomenon approximate the respublica noumenon through the broadest possible political participation.
74) If one speaks of objects of possible experience--and only with respect to them do the categories obtain objective reality--then substance as the unity of certain ideas under a concept is, as Kant says, a "substantia phaenomenon .
It is every where the most precise and particular that can be imagined, and ascertains the time, the place, the quantity, the duration of each individual phaenomenon, to be exactly such as, by observation, they have been determined to be.