10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DENOMINATIVELY»
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Individuation in Scholasticism: The Later Middle Ages and ...
68) that "something can be said to be animated denominatively, as body, — or
per se in the first mode, as man" (and just as a surface is said to be 'white'
denominatively, as a white-surface is said to be "white" per se in the first mode,
Five Texts on the Mediaeval Problem of Universals: Porphyry, ...
271 ] — that something can be called "animate" denominatively (for example a
body), or per se in the first mode (for example a man), and so too a surface is
called "white" denominatively, while a white-surface is called "white" per se in the
Philosophy in the Middle Ages (Third Edition): The ...
So it is one by the proper unity of the actual, but it is only denominatively one in
this sense. It is not however of itself one in this sense, either in the first mode or
through an essential part. Therefore, color in whiteness is specifically one, but it
Arthur Hyman, James J. Walsh, Thomas Williams, 2010
The Medieval Reception of Book Zeta of Aristotle’s ...
Matter is generated subjectively, i.e. in that it is the subject of generation, but
neither terminatively nor denominatively. For what is generated terminatively is
generated in matter. So if matter were generated in matter, there would be an
Nevertheless, there are homonymous paronyms (merely equivocal ones),
analogous paronyms, metaphorical paronyms and denominatively analogous
paronyms but not univocal ones. However, paronyms can be nearly synonymous
in a ...
Giraldus Odonis O. F. M.: Opera Philosophica, De Intentionibus
Intentional being can be taken in two ways, essentially and denominatively, just
as to possess qualitative being (esse quale) falls to things either essentially or
denominatively. Now just as 'whiteness' bears on an essential mode of qualitative
Odonis Geraldus, Lambertus Marie De Rijk, 2005
La tradition medievale des categories, XIIe-XVe siecles:
For Aristotle, they are not the same, he says, because the Philosopher said that
they are taken denominatively from postures. Now he is talking about things; so
either he is talking about the properties they are derived from, but to say that ...
Joël Biard, Irène Rosier-Catach, 2003
The Medieval Christian Philosophers: An Introduction
Thenature gainsitsparticularity invirtueof its union withthehaecceity: Whatever is
in thisstoneis numerically one, either primarily or perseor denominatively.
Primarily, say,as that through whichsucha unity belongs tothis composite. Perse ...
Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy
... and the particularized nature denominatively one. If existence is “so to speak
accidental” to the individual, it might be reasonable to propose that the individual
—say Socrates—is denominatively (i.e. accidentally) existent (existent in virtue of
Language in Dispute: An English Translation of Peter of ...
Again: Genus, difference, species, and peculiarity are predicated univocally,
while accident is not predicated univocally but denominatively. On Predication 20
To be predicated univocally is to be predicated according to a single name and ...
Pope John XXI, Francis P. Dinneen, 1990
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Coca-Cola Fails to Persuade Courts to Block 'RC Cola'
... from special circumstances, may be freely used denominatively, provided that the name as a whole is not deceptively similar to 'Coca-Cola'.”. «Metropolitan News-Enterprise, Mar 06»