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ontologic

(ˌɒntəˈlɒdʒɪk)
adj
another word for ontological
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Eliade tells us that "the taboo mechanism is always the same: certain things, persons, places participate in a different ontologic regime, and consequently contact with them causes an ontologic rupture that could be fatal" (Eliade 1992, 35).
The ontologic framework of Consciousness or fundamental non-dual Awareness is described by Theise and Kafatos (2016):
Such an attentive, contemplative approach to art mirrors on the side of the viewer what Maritain describes on the part of the artist as "subjectivity in its deepest ontologic sense, that is, the substantial totality of the human person": a hidden interiority that discloses beauty, truth, and perhaps even theological presence.
Derrida nonetheless argues that "philosophical discourse" refuses chora the status of "existent thing," because according to this tradition's "ontologic," things that exist must be sensible or intelligible, visible or invisible, formed or formless, mimeme or paradigm (1995, pp.
In sections on general principles, deductive logic, and inductive logic, they consider such matters as the impact of using logic patterns on achievements in mathematics through application games, the philosophy of African logic: a consideration of the Ezumezu paradigm, extensions and limitations to logic, logic and proof in computer science: categories and limits of proof techniques, and logic and order: ontologic effective management for learning and creativity.
Lewis's new pioneers in general, similar to the new romantic mythology, succeed in combining in harmony the great spiritual ideals --that of freedom and that of individual creativity--with the ethical duty to keep social order, thus managing to fuse together the romantic liberating enthusiasm and the classic moderation, all of which corresponds with the esthetic (but also ontologic) romantic ideal as postulated by Fr.
Unlike the ontologic realism of the photographic image, montage is only a structural analog of the real.
The totem symbol becomes a generalized existential referent for epistemic, ontologic, affective, normative and aesthetic judgments.
The argument in this study is that spatial analysis involving AHP is subject to human subjectivity, which introduces geospatially ontologic and epistemic vague type uncertainty.
Cain MP, Kramer SA, Tindall DJ, Husmann DA: Expression of androgen receptor protein within the lumbar spinal cord during ontologic development and following antiandrogen induced cryptorchidism.
To begin, its cognate, "logic" helps us to realize that there is a deep logic, an ontologic, of this ultimate principle, this Ur-Prinzip.