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relatum

(rɪˈleɪtəm)
n, pl -ta (-tə)
(Logic) logic one of the objects between which a relation is said to hold
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Noun1.relatum - a term in a proposition that is related to the referent of the proposition
term - one of the substantive phrases in a logical proposition; "the major term of a syllogism must occur twice"
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However they are in one important and non-axiological sense agent-relative, simply because the agent cannot remove herself from the first relatum.
37) In keeping with his metaphysics, Fichte wants to conceive of the relation between the sexes as one of mutual dependence, a relationship whose essence (which is a unity) precedes the two relata that constitute the relationship, and whose telos is to attain complete unification; this is to be accomplished by one relatum determining the other.
There is no perception (but only quasi-perception) without its relatum (the thing it relates to) being the case (e.
Relatum dein de moderanda Papia Poppaea, quam senior Augustus post Iulias rogationes incitandis caelibum poenis et augendo aerario sanxerat.
Another hypothesis claims that the directional effect stems from the fact that people prefer to make inferences from the term that plays the role of relatum to the term that plays the role of object (semantic hypothesis).
El verbo latino es un compuesto de: re-fero, refers, retuli, relatum, referre.
titulum ab eodem Pomponio relatum, ex saxeo monumento quod est Tharaconae comprobamus: Fortissimo et clementissimo Imp.
Quod autem proprie attinet ad exclusionem sacramentalis dignitatis, iuxta supra relatum principium haustum ex can.
Second, while the early modern conception of acquaintance is of a two-term relation (experiencing subject and direct object), in response to the argument from illusion, Brewer makes it a three-term relation by incorporating as a third relatum some of the circumstances involved in perception including the point of view.
In the integration of the premises, they proposed two factors to explain the figural effect: the relatum (given principle) and the given-new principle.
Then, through the operation of the pretense of there being a proposition serving as the relatum of the relations 'means', this allows us to pick out that role and attribute it to some linguistic expression.
Tambien vease XV, 3, 4: et Paulo quidem, ut relatum est supra, Catenae indutum est cognomentum, eo quod in conplicandis calumniarum nexibus erat indissolubilis, mira inuentorum sese uarietate dispendens, ut in conluctationibus callere nimis quidam solent artifices palaestritae.