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chemism

(ˈkɛmɪzəm)
n
(Chemistry) obsolete chemical action

chemism

the quality of chemical activities, properties, or relationships.
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This is the subject of the somewhat misleadingly titled movements of "mechanism," "chemism," and "teleology," which comprise the section on "objectivity" in the Doctrine of the Concept.
Ashburner.), Physico-physiologie.al Researches on the Dynamics of Magnetism, Electricity, Heat, Light, Crystallization, and Chemism, in Their Relation to Vital Force, (New York, 1851), pp.
As much as the chemism is cloudy, the preparation method of solid-solid reaction at room temperature had been seldom studied.
The water passing through carbonate rocks (limestone and dolomite) causes water with calcium bicarbonate or calcium / magnesium chemism. There is also a characterization gaseous in some sources for the chemical imbalance of water with the carbonated rock (e.g.: Mondariz, Agua de Cabreiroa, Agua de Fonte Nova).
(130) See Kisner (2008) for an account of Hegel's non-reductionistic concepts of mechanism and of chemism.
Agu Aarna and his co-workers explained the chemism of oil shale thermal decomposition differently demonstrating that heavy oil and semicoke are the end products of the process.
The effect of moisture, porosity and chemism on compressive strength and modulus of elasticity of masonry units
Furthermore, the Concept and spirit are not coextensive ideas, for as we have seen, the Concept is at work throughout spheres, such as mechanism and chemism, where spirit is strictly absent according to Hegel.
For reasons we will see, this development leads us through the demise of mechanism to "chemism" in which a conceptual determinacy that can more properly be characterized as "chemical" supplants the purely mechanistic level of determinacy.
Lectures nineteen through thirty center on Hegel's dialectical analysis of rational subjectivity (forms of Judgment and Syllogism) and objectivity (Mechanism, Chemism, and Teleology), leading up to the unity of subjectivity and objectivity in theoretical and practical cognition--the Idea as Life, as Cognition, and as "absolute" Idea.