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categorial

(ˌkætɪˈɡɔːrɪəl)
adj
1. of or relating to a category
2. (Logic) logic (of a statement) consisting of a subject, S, and a predicate, P, each of which denotes a class, and having one of the following forms: all S are P (universal affirmative); some S are P (particular affirmative); some S are not P (particular negative); no S are P (universal negative). See syllogism
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Adj.1.categorial - of or relating to the concept of categories
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Semantic intentions do not, indeed, succeed by fiat, but neither do categorial ones, and the reasons are the same in both sorts of case.
Categorial spaces are fuzzy areas where classification is by definition not without difficulty, whether it involves word-class, syntactic function and/or any other type of category in general, and whether degrees of membership are defined in terms of family resemblance or prototypicality (cf.
Com o intuito de organizar esse material para uma analise semantica das mensagens, foi realizada uma analise de conteudo categorial.
It functions as the archetype of a category without pre-established categorial specificity.
8) Il est clair qu'ici le noeud conceptuel n'est pas tant - ou seulement - la question de l'autonomie de la reference, bien plutot le role du categorial par rapport a l'intuition.
53) "The striving for categorial unity between different worlds necessarily leads to reductionism either in the form of semantic/ontological imperialism or of abstract synthesism" (Ashok K.
The paper is based on the case study of a class of Estonian adverbial expressions displaying a range of syntactic and semantic properties that are not predicted by the categorial, combinatorial and semantic properties of their heads and therefore present a problem for a conception of grammar which assumes complex expressions to be projections of the combinatorial properties of their component elements and to have compositional meaning (a more detailed description of the expressions is given in Sahkai 2006).
A categorial hierarchy exists which depends on levels of specificity.
Each representation of a word consists not only of phonological and semantic (sound and meaning) properties, but also syntactic features such as categorial membership (i.
Despite their relation to substance, the categorial features of both form-c and form-m lend themselves to a conceptual extension to accidental categories.
Habash and Dorr (2003), recognising the importance of morphology-based lexical nests for NLP, created CatVar, a large-scale database of categorial variations of English lexemes.
Assim, o autor entende que a identificabilidade se constitui de três componentes, que se alicerçam, respectivamente, em conhecimentos compartilhados, eficiência categorial e pertinência textual, a saber: o emissor pressupõe que o receptor compartilha, direta ou indiretamente, conhecimento das entidades referidas; o falante opta por uma expressão que categoriza o referente de modo mais particular possível, excluindo-o do conjunto ou da classe a que pertence; o falante julga que o potencial de atualização do referente é o mais eficiente para as finalidades discursivas do contexto em questão.