TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CUBICALNESS»
The term «cubicalness» is barely ever used and occupies the 209.976
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CUBICALNESS»
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Berkeley's Idealism: A Critical Examination
But this is not the case: “cubicalness is now manifesting itself” also entails such
statements as “there is something that now has the capacity to fit into square
holes of a certain size but not triangular or round ones,” “there is something that
Hegel and the Other: A Study of the Phenomenology of Spirit
It is the subject's perception that distinguishes the whiteness from the tart- ness
and from the cubicalness; and the subject will also accept responsibility for any
distortion of the object brought about in this process. What we have is Locke's ...
We were talking of the cubicalness — I believe you called it — of nature." " And
you capped it with the cubicalness of thought. And quite right too. There are
people, as a dear I friend of mine used to say, who are so accustomed to regard ...
The Oxford Handbook of Metaphysics
There appear to be at least two basic kinds of universals: properties and relations
.11 So, if there are three cubes at some time, then each of these cubes
exemplifies or instantiates the property of Cubicalness at that time. Another sort of
Michael J. Loux, Dean W. Zimmerman, 2005
Substance Among Other Categories
So there is some nomically possible situation in which if one of e's tropes goes
out of existence, for instance, its particular cubicalness, then its going out of
existence causes e to go out of existence, and hence, causes all of the other
Joshua Hoffman, Gary S. Rosenkrantz, 2007
... so long as yours will help mine," she replied. "Then I may go on ?" I said, with
interrogation. " Till sunrise if you like. We were talking of the cubicalness — I
believe you called it — of nature." " And you capped it with the cubicalness of
He seems to be committed to saying that the idea of cubicalness resembles
cubicalness, even if that idea is a component of one's inaccurate idea of a cubical
Earth. One might reply that the idea of a cubical Earth is accurate insofar as it ...
“ThenImay go on?”I said, with interrogation. “Till sunrise if youlike. We were
talking of the cubicalness—I believe you called it—of nature.” “And you capped it
with the cubicalness of thought. And quite right too. There are people, as a dear ...
George Berkeley: Qualities, general ideas, and perception
For example, if there were a sense in which cubicalness was identical with its
manifest aspect or perceptual manifestation, then the only statements entailed by
'cubicalness is now manifesting itself (other than logical truths and this statement
American Philosophical Quarterly
We could instead understand the idea of visual cubicalness being correlated with
tangible sphericity in a way different from that to which Thomson addresses
herself. Suppose that all and only those objects which have a spherical tangible ...