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WHAT DOES CONCRESCENCE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Concrescence is a condition of teeth where the cementum overlying the roots of at least two teeth join together. The cause can sometimes be attributed to trauma or crowding of teeth. Surgical separation of the teeth may be necessary if one is to be extracted.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CONCRESCENCE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONCRESCENCE»
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Forms of Concrescence: Alfred North Whitehead's Philosophy ...
The computing language chosen here is an expression of predicate logic called Prolog.
Granville C. Henry, 1993
The Concrescence of Prehensions An actual entity is a "concrescence of
prehensions" (category of explanation (x) [PR 35] ). More precisely, an actual
entity comes into being through an internal process involving the concrescence (
i.e., the ...
John W. Lango, 1972
The Epochal Nature of Process in Whitehead's Metaphysics
Satisfaction refers to concretion as opposed to the process of concrescence by
which it arrived. "This satisfaction is the attainment of something individual to the
entity in question."101 With the satisfaction of its lure for feeling, the subject is a ...
F. Bradford Wallack, 1980
Explorations in Whitehead's Philosophy
In a finite concrescence an actual occasion comes into existence; in a process of
transition one actual occasion is succeeded by another. More particularly, in the
succession of one occasion by another, the occasion which is succeeded ...
Lewis S. Ford, George Louis Kline, 1983
Process and Reality
SECTION II 'Concrescence' is the name for the process in which the universe of
many things acquires an individual unity in a determinate relegation of each item
of the 'many' to its subordination in the constitution of the novel 'one/ The most ...
Alfred North Whitehead, 2010
Alfred North Whitehead on Learning and Education: Theory and ...
In technical terms, Whitehead calls ordinary macroscopic objects 'societies' of
individual actual entities. 2.1. Concrescence I will focus on Whitehead's account
of the concrescence of a single actual entity, since he distinguishes a three-fold ...
Franz G. Riffert, 2005
Transforming Process Theism
3 Cobb and Christian are confused because they take both concrescence and
transition to be both kinds of temporal process, whereas Clarke sees the first as
nontemporal, the second as temporal. But there is also no need for confusion if
Lewis S. Ford, 2000
Whitehead and Philosophy of Education: The Seamless Coat of ...
C. Concrescence What is concrescence? First, let us be clear that prehending
alone leads nowhere. The notions of grasping or taking into account are
insufficient. A uniting, a coming together is necessary in the creative advance to
Malcolm D. Evans, 1998
Process Philosophy and Political Ideology: The Social and ...
First, there is the intemal, or microscopic, process of concrescence.
Concrescence is the means by which the many components of an actual
occasion achieve a complex unity. The environment or "actual world" (PR 65
) of each occasion ...
Randall C. Morris, 1991
Whitehead's Metaphysics of Extension and Solidarity
cle of the efficient cause or actual past, and the microscopic process of
concrescence, which is the vehicle of the final cause or subjective aim (PR 320,
327). Both species of process are involved in the becoming of every actual
occasion, but ...
Jorge Luis Nobo, 1986
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONCRESCENCE»
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Discover Romania: The Gold Museum in Brad
Visitors also have the chance to see the gold in a unique form, as ore: finely dispersed, free or in concrescence with other minerals, filaments, ... «Romania-Insider.com, Apr 15»
'The Emerald Light in the Air,' Stories by Donald Antrim
He lugs the “great concrescence of blooms” into the restaurant, where a concerned man says to him, “You look like you've been in a fight with ... «New York Times, Sep 14»
LISTEN: Gonga - Concrescence
It's been five years since we last heard from Bristol riff factory Gonga, with their album Transmigration from 2008, but now they're back, having ... «The Quietus, Sep 13»
Counting Down to Timewave Zero
Furthermore, it is this moment, the “concrescence” or “eschaton” as it's often called, that is actually pulling time toward it, like the big bang in ... «Metroland, Dec 12»
MCTS 2012 Post-Conference Report
In order to negotiate the ambiguities of perception and the phases of concrescence therein, he looked to 16th-century improvisational models ... «Sequenza21, May 12»
The Contemporary and the Historical
The object is concretized art, that is, established as being art -- I am thinking of Whiteheads theory of concrescence as the primary ontological process -- when it ... «Artnet, Apr 05»
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