phaenomenon

Related to phaenomenon: phenomenons

phaenomenon

(fɪˈnɒmɪnən)
n
another name for phenomenon
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Realitaten lassen sich nicht in concreto durch blossen Verstand denken, sondem sie sind immer mit Bedingungen der Sinnlichkeit affiziert; zuerst also werde ich via reductionis die Realitat von dem, was ihr als Phaenomenon zukommt (adhaerentibus sensitivis), nach Moglichkeit befreien, denn sonst kommen Anthropomorphismen heraus.
Sin embargo, el mismo reconoce que en algun sentido todos los deberes eticos implican una autorreferencia, no en tanto el fundamento de la obligacion, sino en tanto suponen la autoconstriccion, que es lo que aqui se ha demostrado como posible--con la division entre homo phaenomenon y homo noumenon--y como necesario de cara a la exigencia de autonomia.
Ex hoc oritur identificado, probabiliter inconscia, inter expressione in Ecclesia et in Iure Canonico, quae duxit ad cogitandum phaenomenon iuridicum non esse canonicum nisi eius subiecta vel unum saltem ex subiectis sint personae baptizatae.
Baumgarten establece un nuevo patron para la sensibilidad, para asegurar su valor, es decir le otorga una nueva perfeccion, pero es la perfectio 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, by observation, they have been determined to be".
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.
En sus Lecciones de metafisica dice: "La realitas es o bien phaenomenon o noumenon.
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.
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.