phaenomenon

Related to phaenomenon: phenomenons

phaenomenon

(fɪˈnɒmɪnən)
n
another name for phenomenon
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The idea of a thunderstorm, similarly, "sets before us the most forcible, most resistless, and consequently the most dreadful Phaenomenon in Nature: So that this Idea must move a great deal of Terror in us, and 'tis this sort of Terror that I call Enthusiasm.
lurks at the core of every analysis of the fascist phaenomenon: oxymoron" (Schnapp 3).
Ahora bien, esto sugiere que, gracias a que el mundo y lo que lo conforma se le revela a aquel como fenomeno (Phaenomenon), los otros hombres seran considerados igualmente como fenomenos.
Corruption of morals in the mass of cultivators is a phaenomenon of which no age nor nation has furnished an example.
Y el esquema trascendental que es producto de esta sintesis es el numero, tambien denominado quantitas phaenomenon (9).
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.
"Mundus autem, quatenus spectatur ut phaenomenon, h.
"The phaenomenon in fact is one of the most terrible that man can witness, and no degree of partial eclipses gives any idea of its horror"
I know not whether it bee worth the labour to mention that which all Historiographers of our time have recorded, to wit, that in the moneth of November, a new Starre, or if you will, a Phaenomenon, was seene in the Constellation of Cassiopeia, which (as I my selfe observed) in brightnesse excelled Jupiter in the Perigee or neerest point of the Eccentric, and Epicycle: and in the same place it continued full sixteene moneths, being carried about with the daily motion of the heaven.
phaenomenon [sic] of which no age nor nation has furnished
(32) Segun A, el principio de las "Anticipaciones de la percepcion" es el siguiente: "en todos los fenomenos, tiene la sensacion, y lo real que a ella le corresponde en el objeto (realitas phaenomenon) una magnitud intensiva, es decir, un grado" (A 166).
Pues: <<La duracion sempiterna (perpetuidad) de un movimiento, en cuanto basada en un fundamento a priori, es la necesidad (perpetuitas est necessitas phaenomenon) ...