TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HABITUDINAL»
The term «habitudinal» is normally little used and occupies the 115.001
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HABITUDINAL»
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Evolution, Racial and Habitudinal
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Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies
Were it not so, were habitus exclusively one or the other, this subject would be
schizoid within and alienated without, unable to complete the cycle that place
and the self continually reconstitute thanks to the habitudinal basis that they
Paul C. Adams, Steven D. Hoelscher, Karen E. Till, 2001
Medieval Supposition Theory Revisited
... (ii) formal predication (per inherenciamforme); (iii) causal predication (
secundum causam); and (iv) habitudinal predication (secundum habitudinem).45
(i) To speak of predication secundum essentiam it is sufficient that the same
essence is ...
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:
28-37), causal predication has been replaced by habitudinal predication -- a kind
of predication that Wyclif had already recognized in the Purgans errores circa
universalia in communi, but whose position within the main division of types of ...
Mobile Technology and Place
He writes: “A given habitus is always enacted in a particular place and
incorporates the features inherent in previous such places, all of which are linked
by a habitudinal bond.”12 Thus, places invoke our conceptual, somatic and “felt”
Rowan Wilken, Gerard Goggin, 2013
Medieval Commentaries on Aristotle's Categories
In the Tractatus de universalibus they are the following: formal predication (
praedicatio formalis), predication by essence (praedi- catio secundum essentiam
), and habitudinal predication (praedicatio secundum habitudinem). (1) Formal ...
So in this point I have not made a fool of myself by ignoring habitudinal
predication; indeed, I have believed that in this kind of expression, “the Baptist is
Elijah,” the name Elijah is carried over from signifying the great prophet of the Old
Darwin's Laboratory: Evolutionary Theory and Natural History ...
1 8 John T. Gulick, Evolution, Racial and Habitudinal (Washington, D.C.:
Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1905), 216. 19 A. Gulick, John Thomas Gulick,
chap. 6. 20 John T. Gulick, "On the Variation of Species as Related to their
Roy M. MacLeod, Philip F. Rehbock, 1994
Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction
And when they are confronted with the argument 'it is a man, therefore it is', they
say that this argument is not valid, and for the following reason: Every essential
and universal predicate expresses habitudinal being; but whenever the verb 'is' is
We as living beings possess both kinds of memory, but when memory is
regarded as a universal attribute of living substance, it is of course habitudinal
memory that is meant. So far as we yet know we are not justified in attributing