10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOMEROUS»
Discover the use of homeomerous
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to homeomerous
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Aquinas and the Ship of Theseus: Solving Puzzles about ...
If xis a mass that belongs to a homeomerous mass-kind K, and atomism is true,
according to the plurality theory of masses, x is identical to a plurality of Katoms,
each of which is some K but not a mass of K. Assuming atomism is true, K-atoms
GeoSpatial Semantics: Third International Conference, GeoS ...
Category Description Example Component-Integral Object Parts are functional,
non- homeomerous and separable from the whole. Handle-Cup Member-
Collection Parts are non functional, non homeomerous and separable from the
Krzysztof Janowicz, Martin Raubal, Sergei Levashkin, 2009
Formal Ontology in Information Systems: Proceedings of the ...
As discussed, for instance in , finite satisfiability is a fundamental requirement
for conceptual models which are intended to be used in areas such as
Databases and Software Engineering. Furthermore, “homeomerous” entities
Antony Galton, Riichiro Mizoguchi, 2010
The Book of the Secrets of Alchemy
And now concerning the materials, that is, homeomerous substances, which
homeomerous substances are of one kind, insensate, not spirituel or animate :
separate from sentient, vegetal or rational bodies. Of these, some can be melted
Constantino de Pisa, Barbara Obrist, 1990
Alexander of Aphrodisias: On Aristotle On Coming to be and ...
Likewise, in Meteor. 4 passive contraries are matter, but for homeomerous, not
elemental, bodies. So there is no contradiction between these various texts?“ in
Meteor. Aristotle is analysing compounds more complex than the elements
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 2014
Part-Whole Reasoning in an Object-Centered Framework
Homeomerous parts are the same kind of thing as their wholes. With respect to
these properties six4 different classes of part-whole are defined. – component/
integral object (example: pedal/bike) Integral objects exhibit some kind of
Renaissance Meteorology: Pomponazzi to Descartes
The supporting passage, which comes from the fourth book of the Meteorology,
reads, “Therefore, the homeomerous bodies both in plants and animals consist of
water and earth. And what are metals, such as gold, and silver, and whatever ...
Philoponus: On Aristotle On the Intellect (de Anima 3.4-8)
9 There are no homeomerous components mixed into it, but it is a single form. If it
had homeomerous components (that is, components with parts similar to
themselves)50 of different species, they would impede the cognition of things.
Hence we may wish to include this partition under compound; gold would be a
homeomerous compound, whereas a gold atom, like other atoms, would be a
non-homeomerous compound. Among the non-elemental minerals are such
The Philosophy of Forms: An Analytical and Historical ...
Plato alludes implicitly to Anaxagoras' question, when he shows Socrates
provoked by Parmenides to include hair among the natural substances least
likely to exemplify non-sensible forms, and as classing the non-homeomerous or