10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOMINABLE»
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Biosemiotics: Information, Codes and Signs in Living Systems
Information is one of them, and we can also give it a suitable name. Since it can
be described only by naming its sequence, we can say that organic information is
a nominable entity, or that it belongs to the class of the nominable entities of ...
Insight: Essays on Psychoanalytic Knowing
But they can, and do, crystallize in those nominable discrete entities that Bion (
1962, p. 65ff; 1963, p. 90) called 'constant conjunctions': for example, this [with
such and such action–emotion qualities] is daddy. The brackets mark here a ...
Introduction to Biosemiotics: The New Biological Synthesis
Since it can be described only by naming its sequence, we can say that organic
information is a nominable entity, or that it belongs to the class of the nominable
entities of Nature (Barbieri, 2003b; 2004). We conclude that organic information
A History of Ireland from the Earliest Accounts to the ...
Great, but unavailing, opposition was given by the patriots to this bill, by which a
heavy tax was imposed on the citizens for e maintenance of police' officers
nominable by the Lid *n, whose influence in the Corporation of Dublin,
diminished by ...
Counter-figures: An Essay on Anti-metaphoric Resistance. ...
To plunge all Creation into this ocean of annihilation is not only to plunge all
created beings into it ('Creation' as according to the metonymy of the Verb
transferred into its nominable effects), but even to plunge the Act of Creation into
an image, ...
The Ancient and Present State of the Country and City of ...
The first Sovereign and Recorder were nominable by the Earl of Cork (s), and the
charter enabled them to elect two Burgesses to serve in parliament. The
jurisdiction of the Sovereign and Burgesses is gone inD 4' to * Cox, Vol. II. p 18. ,
(qj It is ...
Another clause (41) empowered the Imperial Parliament to legislate from time to
time with regard to the Constitution of the South Australian Parliament, and to
make the Upper House nominable or elective. As in New South Wales and in ...
George William Rusden, 2011
Some smaller Crimes, which seem scarce nominable, Are yet to Husbands most
abominable : For what so fulsome — if it were new t' ye, That no one thinks
herself a Beauty, 'Till Frenchify' d from Head to Foot, A meer Parisian Dame ...
Indeed, properly speaking, since God is incomprehensible, he is not nominable;
and being but one, he has no need of a name to distinguish him; and therefore
Plato12 says, he has no name; and hence he commonly calls him το ον, “Ens”, ...
Radical Cartesianism: The French Reception of Descartes
If the creatures have no such foothold, then “they are neither conceivable, nor
even nominable, to use the scholastic terms” (RD 6:234). In the “Trait ́e,”
Desgabets explained this point in terms of his distinction between substances
and their ...