incomposite

incomposite

(ɪnˈkɒmpəzɪt)
adj
not composite or consisting of parts; simple; not divisible into partslacking unity or coherence; poorly composed
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Shi, "On-line damage monitoring incomposite structures," Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, vol.
the composite kind", whereas a substance's incomposite primary parts cannot be.
Works of music are, on his view, abstract, eternal, incomposite and temporally and modally inflexible (that is, they possess their intrinsic properties necessarily).
This is clearest in the case of angels, whose essences are said to be incomposite realities, the essences of pure forms.
So intense has been the cultivation of this narrow plot, and so deliberately incomposite has been its practice, that the zeal of its practitioners has created the situation wherein methodology has been superseded by ideology.
that things which always subsist according to the same, and in a similar manner, are, in the most eminent degree, incomposites; but that such things as subsist differently at different times, and never according to the same, are composites' To me it appears so.
Aristotle speaks about incomposites and says that truth in regard to them is like simple contact or touching (thigein).
But does it not follow, that things which always subsist according to the same, and in a similar manner, are, in the most eminent degree, incomposites; but that such things as subsist differently at different times, and never according to the same, are composites?