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Rhetoric concerns the choices a speaker or writer makes from the options [...] offer
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grammar and logic


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Rhetoric concerns the choices a speaker or writer makes from the options grammar and logic offer

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Flashcard 1429059538188

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The trivium includes those aspects of t he liberal arts that pertain to [...]
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mind


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The trivium includes those aspects of t he liberal arts that pertain to mind

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Flashcard 1429067402508

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These arts of (3)[...] have formed the traditional basis of liberal education.
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reading, writing, and reckoning


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These arts of reading, writing, and reckoning have formed the traditional basis of liberal education, each constituting both a field of knowledge and the technique t o acquire that knowledge.

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Flashcard 1429081033996

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The trivium is used vitally when it is exercised in [...]
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reading and composition.


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The trivium is used vitally when it is exercised in reading and composition.

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Flashcard 1429102005516

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[...] is the master art of the trivium
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Rhetoric


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Rhetoric is the master art of the trivium, 12 for it presupposes and makes use of grammar and logic; it is the art of communicating through symbols ideas about reality</htm

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Flashcard 1429132152076

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There are possible only two modes of communicating ideas through a physical or material medium—by [...] or by [...]
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imitation

symbol.


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There are possible only two modes of communicating ideas through a physical or material medium—by imitation or by symbol.

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Flashcard 1429157317900

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[...] is the norm of logic.
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Truth


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Truth is the norm of logic. Correctness in thinking is the normal means to reach truth, which is the conformity of thought with things as they are—with reality.

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Flashcard 1429161774348

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By convention or [...], symbols are devised that are either temporary or permanent
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arbitrary agreement


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By convention or arbitrary agreement, symbols are devised that are either temporary or permanent

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Flashcard 1429292584204

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[...], the art of inventing symbols and combining them to express thought
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grammar


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grammar, the art of inventing symbols and combining them to express thought

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Flashcard 1429295729932

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Logic is concerned with the thing-as-[...]
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it-is-known.


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Logic is concerned with the thing-as-it-is-known.

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Flashcard 1429300448524

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When a speaker or writ er uses a word, thus assigning it a particular meaning, it becomes a term and enters the realm of [...]
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logic.


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When a speaker or writ er uses a word, thus assigning it a particular meaning, it becomes a term and enters the realm of logic.

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Flashcard 1429318536460

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Communication, as the etymology of the word signifies, results in something [...];
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possessed in common


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Communication, as the etymology of the word signifies, results in something possessed in common; it is a oneness shared.

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Flashcard 1431761980684

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humans alone have [...] in the proper sense of the word.
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language


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humans alone among animals have the power to think. Consequently, they alone have language in the proper sense of the word. 1 This follows from their nature, for they are rational and therefore have something to say, social and therefore have someone to say it to, and animal and therefore require a physical mode of communicating ideas from one mind, which

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Flashcard 1432465313036

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#nature-of-language #sister-miriam-joseph #trivium
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A word, like every other physical reality, is constituted of [...] and [...].
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matter and form


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A word, like every other physical reality, is constituted of matter and form.

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Flashcard 1432474750220

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A word's form is the [...].
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meaning imposed upon it by convention


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A word is a symbol. Its matter is the sensible sign; its form is the meaning imposed upon it by convention.

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[...] is defined as the first intrinsic and purely potential principle of a corporeal essence; as such, it cannot actually exist by itself, for it is not a body but a principle of a body, intrinsically constituting it.
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Matter


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Matter is defined as the first intrinsic and purely potential principle of a corporeal essence; as such, it cannot actually exist without form, for it is not a body but a principle of a body,

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In animals, the body is the [...] and the soul is the [...]
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matter

form.


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In animals, t he body is the matter and the soul is the form.

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In water, the [...] consists of hydrogen and oxygen; the [...] is the precise mode of their union in a molecule of water and may be expressed by the chemical formula H 2 O.
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matter

form


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In water, the matter consists of hydrogen and oxygen; the form is the precise mode of their union in a molecule of water and may be expressed by the chemical formula H 2 O.

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Flashcard 1432498343180

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The matter of words in spoken language is [...]
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the sound.


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The matter of words in spoken language is the sound.

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Flashcard 1432500964620

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The [...] of words in written language is the mark or notation
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matter


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The matter of words in written language is the mark or notation

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The form of words is treated in [...]
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semantics.


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The form of words is their meaning, and it is treated in semantics.

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The form of language is [...]
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meaning


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The form of language is meaning

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Flashcard 1432915414284

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Words can symbolize both [...] and [...]
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individuals

essences


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Words can symbolize both individuals and essences

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Flashcard 1432927997196

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[...] is that which makes a being what it is and without which it would not be the kind of being it is
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Essence


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Essence is that which makes a being what it is and without which it would not be the kind of being it is

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Essence is that in an individual which makes it like [...]
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others in its class


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Essence is that in an individual which makes it like others in its class

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Flashcard 1432936647948

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every individual belongs to a class, which in turn belongs to a wider class, we distinguish these classes as [...] and [...]
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species

genus.


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every individual belongs to a class, which in turn belongs t o a wider class, we distinguish these classes as species and genus.

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A [...] is a wider class made up of two or more different [...] that have in common the same generic essence or nature.
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genus

species


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A genus is a wider class made up of two or more different species that have in common the same generic essence or nature.

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Flashcard 1435684179212

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Special symbols are designed by experts to express with precision ideas in a special field of knowledge, for example: [...]
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mathematics, chemistry, music


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Special symbols are designed by experts to express with precision ideas in a special field of knowledge, for example: mathematics, chemistry, music

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Flashcard 1435686538508

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An imitation is an [...] for example [...]
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artificial likeness,
a painting, photograph, cartoon


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An imitation is an artificial likeness, for example: a painting, photograph, cartoon, statue, pantomime, a gesture such as threatening with a clenched fist or rejecting by pushing away with the hands, and picture writing

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Flashcard 1441884671244

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What is the matter in water?
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hydrogen and oxygen


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In water, the matter consists of hydrogen and oxygen; the form is the precise mode of their union in a molecule of water and may be expressed by the chemical formula H 2 O.

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A cloud, which is a sign of rain, and smoke, which is a sign of fire, have meaning [...].
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from nature


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A cloud, which is a sign of rain, and smoke, which is a sign of fire, have meaning from nature. A green light, which is a sign that traffic should move, has meaning from convention.

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A green light, which is a sign that traffic should move, has meaning [...]
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from convention.


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A cloud, which is a sign of rain, and smoke, which is a sign of fire, have meaning from nature. A green light, which is a sign that traffic should move, has meaning from convention.

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Flashcard 1444576103692

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A sign is sensible, for [...]
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it can be perceived by the senses.


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A sign is sensible, for it can be perceived by the senses.

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Every sign has meaning either from [...]
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nature or from convention.


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Every sign has meaning either from nature or from convention.

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Flashcard 1447120473356

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In the Second aproach to calculate the point of profit maximization.

Profit maximization takes place at the point where the [...]
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last individual output unit breaks even.


Beyond this point, total profit decreases because the per-unit cost is higher than the per-unit revenue from successive output units.


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There are three approaches to calculate the point of profit maximization. Second , maximum profit can also be calculated by comparing revenue and cost for each individual unit of output that is produced and sold. A business increases profit through greater sales as long as per-unit revenue exceeds per-unit cost on the next unit of output sold. Profit maximization takes place at th

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3. ANALYSIS OF REVENUE, COSTS, AND PROFITS
Total variable cost divided by quantity; (TVC ÷ Q) Average total cost (ATC) Total cost divided by quantity; (TC ÷ Q) or (AFC + AVC) Marginal cost (MC) Change in total cost divided by change in quantity; (∆TC ÷ ∆Q) <span>3.1. Profit Maximization In free markets—and even in regulated market economies—profit maximization tends to promote economic welfare and a higher standard of living, and creates wealth for investors. Profit motivates businesses to use resources efficiently and to concentrate on activities in which they have a competitive advantage. Most economists believe that profit maximization promotes allocational efficiency—that resources flow into their highest valued uses. Overall, the functions of profit are as follows: Rewards entrepreneurs for risk taking when pursuing business ventures to satisfy consumer demand. Allocates resources to their most-efficient use; input factors flow from sectors with economic losses to sectors with economic profit, where profit reflects goods most desired by society. Spurs innovation and the development of new technology. Stimulates business investment and economic growth. There are three approaches to calculate the point of profit maximization. First, given that profit is the difference between total revenue and total costs, maximum profit occurs at the output level where this difference is the greatest. Second, maximum profit can also be calculated by comparing revenue and cost for each individual unit of output that is produced and sold. A business increases profit through greater sales as long as per-unit revenue exceeds per-unit cost on the next unit of output sold. Profit maximization takes place at the point where the last individual output unit breaks even. Beyond this point, total profit decreases because the per-unit cost is higher than the per-unit revenue from successive output units. A third approach compares the revenue generated by each resource unit with the cost of that unit. Profit contribution occurs when the revenue from an input unit exceeds its cost. The point of profit maximization is reached when resource units no longer contribute to profit. All three approaches yield the same profit-maximizing quantity of output. (These approaches will be explained in greater detail later.) Because profit is the difference between revenue and cost, an understanding of profit maximization requires that we examine both of those components. Revenue comes from the demand for the firm’s products, and cost comes from the acquisition and utilization of the firm’s inputs in the production of those products. 3.1.1. Total, Average, and Marginal Revenue This section briefly examines demand and revenue in preparation for addressing cost. Unless the firm is a pu







Flashcard 1447228738828

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Language that symbolizes essence


[...]

[...]
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common name

​general or universal description


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Language that symbolizes essence common name general or universal description

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Flashcard 1447249448204

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jump names a [...] of movement; whereas move means the [...] of jump, fly, creep, walk.
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species

genus


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jump names a species of movement; whereas move means the genus of jump, fly, creep, walk.

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Flashcard 1447251807500

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the bulk of language is made up of [...]; they symbolize either [...]
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common names

species or genus.


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the bulk of language is made up of common names; they symbolize either species or genus.

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Flashcard 1447258098956

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A [...], such as child, tree, chair, square, hour, can symbolize essence.
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common name


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A common name, such as child, tree, chair, square, hour, can symbolize essence.

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Flashcard 1447269895436

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Empirical means [...]
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founded on experience.


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Empirical means founded on experience.

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Aggregate is a [...]
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group consisting of t wo or more individuals.


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Aggregate is a group consisting of t wo or more individuals.

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[...] is what makes a being what it is.
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Essence


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Essence is what makes a being what it is.

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An [...] is merely a particular group of individuals, such as the trees in Central Park, the inhabitants of California, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the items on a desk, the furniture in a house
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An aggregate is merely a particular group of individuals, such as the trees in Central Park, the inhabitants of California, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the items on a desk, the furniture

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A [...] is like that same portrait possessed and looked at whenever one wishes for years afterward although the person painted is absent or even dead.
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ntasm is retained and can be reproduced at will in the absence of the object. ILLUSTRATION : Percept and phantasm A percept is like a portrait being painted by the artist while she looks at the model. A <span>phantasm is like that same portrait possessed and looked at whenever one wishes for years afterward although the person painted is absent or even dead.<span><body><html>

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The [...] is the meeting ground between the senses and the intellect.
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The imagination is the meeting ground between the senses and the intellect. From the phantasms in the imagination, the intellect abstracts that which is common and necessary to all the phantasms of sim

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The intellectual apprehension of [...] (Phantasm of imagination) is the general or universal concept.
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The intellectual apprehension of this essence (Phantasm of imagination) is the general or universal concept. A general concept is a universal idea existing only in the mind but having its foundation outside the mind in the essence

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A concept is [...] although the word is.
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not arbitrary

Truth has an objective norm in the real.


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d><head>A general concept is a universal idea existing only in the mind but having its foundation outside the mind in the essence which exist s in the individual and makes it the kind of thing it is. Therefore, a concept is not arbitrary although the word is. Truth has an objective norm in the real.<html>

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[...] the image created by the external senses upon encountering reality
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Percept:


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Percept: the image created by the external senses upon encountering reality

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[...] the mental image created by the internal sense, primarily the imagination

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Phantasm:


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Phantasm: the mental image created by the internal sense, primarily the imagination Concept : the abstraction created by the intellect through recognition of the essence

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[...]: the abstraction created by the intellect through recognition of the essence
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Concept


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Phantasm: the mental image created by the internal sense, primarily the imagination Concept : the abstraction created by the intellect through recognition of the essence

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How many categories of being are there?
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TEN CATEGORIES OF BEING


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TEN CATEGORIES OF BEING Once the human intellect creates symbols from reality, those symbols or words can be manipulated and catalogued to increase our understanding of reality. Aristotle’s te

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Every being exists either in [...] or in [...].
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itself

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Every being exists either in itself or in another. If it exists in itself, it is a substance. If it exists in another, it is an accident. We distinguish nine categories of accident; these, with substance, constitute the t

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If a being exists in itself, it is [...].
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Every being exists either in itself or in another. If it exists in itself, it is a substance. If it exists in another, it is an accident. We distinguish nine categories of accident; these, with substance, constitute the ten categories of being.

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If a being exists in another, it is [...].
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Every being exists either in itself or in another. If it exists in itself, it is a substance. If it exists in another, it is an accident. We distinguish nine categories of accident; these, with substance, constitute the ten categories of being.

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We distinguish [...] categories of accident.
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nine

these, with substance, constitute the ten categories of being.


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Every being exists either in itself or in another. If it exists in itself, it is a substance. If it exists in another, it is an accident. We distinguish nine categories of accident; these, with substance, constitute the ten categories of being.

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1 [...] is that which exists in itself, for example, man.


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Substance


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1 Substance is that which exists in itself, for example, man. 2 Quantity is a determination of the matter of substance, giving it parts distinct from parts, for example, tall.&#

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2 [...] is a determination of the matter of substance, giving it parts distinct from parts, for example, tall.


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Quantity


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1 Substance is that which exists in itself, for example, man. 2 Quantity is a determination of the matter of substance, giving it parts distinct from parts, for example, tall. 3 Quality is a determination of the nature or form of a substa

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3 [...] is a determination of the nature or form of a substance, for example: dark, handsome, intelligent, athletic, chivalrous.


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Quality


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><head>1 Substance is that which exists in itself, for example, man. 2 Quantity is a determination of the matter of substance, giving it parts distinct from parts, for example, tall. 3 Quality is a determination of the nature or form of a substance, for example: dark, handsome, intelligent, athletic, chivalrous. 4 Relation is the reference which a subst an

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4 [...] is the reference which a substance or accident bears to another, for example: friend, near.


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Relation


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er of substance, giving it parts distinct from parts, for example, tall. 3 Quality is a determination of the nature or form of a substance, for example: dark, handsome, intelligent, athletic, chivalrous. 4 <span>Relation is the reference which a subst ance or accident bears to another, for example: friend, near. 5 Action is the exercise of the faculties or power of a substance so as

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5 [...] is the exercise of the faculties or power of a substance so as to produce an effect in something else or in itself.
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Action

for example: clicking a camera, standing up, smiling.


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the nature or form of a substance, for example: dark, handsome, intelligent, athletic, chivalrous. 4 Relation is the reference which a subst ance or accident bears to another, for example: friend, near. 5 <span>Action is the exercise of the faculties or power of a substance so as to produce an effect in something else or in itself, for example: clicking a camera, standing up, smiling. &#1

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6 [...] is the reception by a substance of an effect produced by some agent.


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Passion

for example: being invited to return, being drafted.


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r example: friend, near. 5 Action is the exercise of the faculties or power of a substance so as to produce an effect in something else or in itself, for example: clicking a camera, standing up, smiling. 6 <span>Passion is the reception by a substance of an effect produced by some agent, for example: being invited to return, being drafted. 7 When is position in relation to the cour

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7 [...] is position in relation to the course of extrinsic events which measure the duration of a substance.


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When

for example, Sunday afternoon.


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se or in itself, for example: clicking a camera, standing up, smiling. 6 Passion is the reception by a substance of an effect produced by some agent, for example: being invited to return, being drafted. 7 <span>When is position in relation to the course of extrinsic event s which measure the duration of a substance, for example, Sunday afternoon. 8 Where is position in relation

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8 [...] is position in relation to bodies which surround a substance and measure and determine its place.




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Where

for example: on a bench, beside the lake.


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me agent, for example: being invited to return, being drafted. 7 When is position in relation to the course of extrinsic event s which measure the duration of a substance, for example, Sunday afternoon. 8 <span>Where is position in relation to bodies which surround a substance and measure and determine its place, for example: on a bench, beside the lake. 9 Posture is the relative

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9 [...] is the relative position which the parts of a substance have toward each other.
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Posture

for example: sitting, leaning forward.


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duration of a substance, for example, Sunday afternoon. 8 Where is position in relation to bodies which surround a substance and measure and determine its place, for example: on a bench, beside the lake. 9 <span>Posture is the relative position which the parts of a substance have toward each other, for example: sitting, leaning forward. 10 Habiliment consists of clothing, ornaments,

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10 [...] consists of clothing, ornaments, or weapons with which human beings by their art complement their nature in order to conserve their own being or that of the community (the other self).
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Habiliment


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easure and determine its place, for example: on a bench, beside the lake. 9 Posture is the relative position which the parts of a substance have toward each other, for example: sitting, leaning forward. 10 <span>Habiliment consists of clothing, ornaments, or weapons with which human beings by their art complement their nature in order to conserve t heir own being or that of the community (the other self)

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The categories can be organized into three subcategories by what they predicate about the subject.

1 The predicate is [...]
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the subject itself.

If the predicate is that which is the subject itself and does not exist in the subject, the predicate is a substance. (Suzanne is a human being.)


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The categories can be organized into three subcategories by what they predicate about the subject. 1 The predicate is the subject itself. If the predicate is that which is the subject itself and does not exist in the subject, the predicate is a substance. (Suzanne is a human being.)

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2 The predicate exists [...]
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in the subject.


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2 The predicate exists in the subject. If the predicate exists in the subject absolut ely as flowing from matt er, the predicate is a quantity. (Suzanne is tall.) If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as fl

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2 The predicate exists in the subject. If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as flowing from matter, the predicate is a quantity. (Suzanne is tall.) If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as flowing from form, the predicate is a quality. (Suzanne is intelligent.) If the predicate exists in the subje

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quality.

(Suzanne is intelligent.)


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bject. If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as flowing from matter, the predicate is a quantity. (Suzanne is tall.) If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as flowing from form, the predicate is a <span>quality. (Suzanne is intelligent.) If the predicate exists in the subject relatively with respect to another, the predicate is in the category relation. (Suzanne is Mary’s daughter.)

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3 The predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject . If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is partially extrinsic as a principle of action in the subject, the predicate is an action. (Suzanne analy

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action.

(Suzanne analyzed the data.)


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3 The predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject . If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is partially extrinsic as a principle of action in the subject, the predicate is an action. (Suzanne analyzed the data.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is a terminus of action in the subject, the predicate is a passion . (Suzanne was injured.) If t

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insic as a principle of action in the subject, the predicate is an action. (Suzanne analyzed the data.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is a terminus of action in the subject, the predicate is a <span>passion . (Suzanne was injured.) If the predicat e exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to time, the predicate is in the category when .

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when.

(Suzanne was late.)


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e subject, the predicate is a passion . (Suzanne was injured.) If the predicat e exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to time, the predicate is in the category <span>when . (Suzanne was late.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to place, the predicate is in the category where.

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where.

(Suzanne is here.)


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e, the predicate is in the category when . (Suzanne was late.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to place, the predicate is in the category <span>where. (Suzanne is here.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to the order of parts, the predicate is in the cat

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ate is in the category where. (Suzanne is here.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is wholly extrinsic as a measure of the subject according to the order of parts, the predicate is in the category <span>posture . (Suzanne is standing.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is merely adjacent to the subject, the predicate is in the category habiliment . (Suzanne is in evening dre

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habiliment.

(Suzanne is in evening dress.)


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ording to the order of parts, the predicate is in the category posture . (Suzanne is standing.) If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is merely adjacent to the subject, the predicate is in the category <span>habiliment . (Suzanne is in evening dress.)<span><body><html>

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3 The predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject.

Which categories fall in this subcategory?
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Action, Passion, When, Where, Posture, Habiliment


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3 The predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject . If the predicate exists in something extrinsic to the subject and is partially extrinsic as a principle of action in the subject, the predicate is an action. (Suzanne analy

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3 The individual is constituted of essence existent in [...] plus [...]

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quantified matter

other accidents.


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3 The individual is constituted of essence existent in quantified matter plus other accidents. Essence is that which makes the individual like other members of its class. Quantified matter is that which makes t he individual different from other i

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[...] is that which makes the individual different from other individuals in its class.
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Quantified matter

because matter, extended by reason of its quantity, must be this or that matter, which by limiting the form individuates it.


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Essence is that which makes the individual like other members of its class. Quantified matter is that which makes t he individual different from other individuals in its class because matter, extended by reason of its quantity, must be this or that matter, which by limiting the

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Accidents are those [...] by which we perceive the difference between the individuals of a class.
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Accidents are those notes (shapes, color, weight , size, etc.) by which we perceive the difference between the individuals of a class.

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5 A [...] is the mental image of an individual reality (in its absence).
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5 A phantasm is the mental image of an individual reality (in its absence).

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6 A [...] is the intellectual apprehension of essence.
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6 A general concept is the intellectual apprehension of essence.

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The essence of [...] is expressed in the definition (of chair).
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The essence of the form is expressed in the definition (of chair).

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If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as flowing from matter, the predicate is a [...]
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2 The predicate exists in the subject. If the predicate exists in the subject absolut ely as flowing from matt er, the predicate is a quantity. (Suzanne is tall.) If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as fl

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If the predicate exists in the subject relatively with respect to another, the predicate is in the category [...]
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2 The predicate exists in the subject. If the predicate exists in the subject absolut ely as flowing from matt er, the predicate is a quantity. (Suzanne is tall.) If the predicate exists in the subject absolutely as fl

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Blizzard

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Quality— [...]

[...] —vaporized, frozen into snow, blown about by a high wind
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Substance

cold

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Language has [...] and psychological meanings.
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Language has logical and psychological meanings which may be illustrated through a closer look at the words house and home.

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The logical or intellectual dimension of a word is its thought content, which may be expressed in its definition, given in the dictionary. In rhetoric this is called the [...] of the word.
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The logical or intellectual dimension of a word is its thought content, which may be expressed in its definition, given in the dictionary. In rhetoric this is called the denotation of the word.

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[...] are usually clearer and more precise than [...], for abstract knowledge is clearer, although less vivid, than sense knowledge.
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Abstract words

concrete words


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Abstract words are usually clearer and more precise than concrete words, for abstract knowledge is clearer, although less vivid, than sense knowledge.

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The psychological dimension of language is in its [...]
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emotional content

—the related images, nuances, and emotion spontaneously associated with words.


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The psychological dimension of language is in its emotional content—the related images, nuances, and emotion spontaneously associated with words.

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In rhetoric the psychological dimension of language is called the [...] of the word.
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In rhetoric the psychological dimension of language is called the connotation of the word.

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Language with a rich [...] is desirable in poetry and other literature, where humor, pathos, grandeur, and sublimity are communicated.
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psychological dimension


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Language with a rich psychological dimension is desirable in poetry and other literature, where humor, pathos, grandeur, and sublimity are communicated.

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The mere [...] of a word may produce a pleasing effect which another word of the same meaning lacks.
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sound


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Various characteristics of words affect the psychological dimension of language. The mere sound of a word may produce a pleasing effect which another word of the same meaning lacks. In “Silver” by Walter de la Mare, the poet’s substitution of words like shoon for shoes and casemen

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An [...] is a passing reference to phrases or longer passages which the writer takes for granted will be familiar to the reader.
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An allusion is a passing reference to phrases or longer passages which the writer takes for granted will be familiar to the reader. Sometimes the writer changes the phrases somewhat, but whether th

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An allusion depends for much of its effect on the [...] dimension of language.
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An allusion depends for much of its effect on the psychological dimension of language, for it enriches the passage in which it occurs with emotional overtones and associated ideas derived from the context in which it originally appeared.</spa

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What types of essences are there?
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Specific essence

Generic essence


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Once the human intellect creates symbols from reality, those symbols or words can be manipulated and catalogued to increase our understanding of reality.

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Abst ract, or intellectual, knowledge is [...] although [...] than concrete or sense knowledge.
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clearer

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Abst ract, or intellectual, knowledge is clearer although less vivid than concrete or sense knowledge.

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There is nothing in the intellect that was not first in [...] except the intellect itself.
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There is nothing in the intellect that was not first in the senses except the intellect itself.

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In literary composition, one should employ words that are [...] rather than [...],
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In literary composition, one should employ words that are concrete rather than abstract, that are rich in imagery and idiomatic.

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Are concepts arbitrary?
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Hells no son, they have their foundation outside the mind.


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d><head>A general concept is a universal idea existing only in the mind but having its foundation outside the mind in the essence which exist s in the individual and makes it the kind of thing it is. Therefore, a concept is not arbitrary although the word is. Truth has an objective norm in the real.<html>

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in the long run, at any price below the breakeven point, the firm will [...].
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exit the market

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y absorb the unavoidable fixed costs. This problem occurs at output Q 1 , which corresponds to point C where price is less than average variable cost. However, in the long run, to remain in business, the price must cover all costs. Therefore, <span>in the long run, at any price below the breakeven point, the firm will exit the market, i.e., the firm will no longer participate in the market. Point D, which corresponds to output Q 3 , is a position where economic profit occurs because price is greater than ATC. In the case of perfect competition, th







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For the most recent financial reporting period, a business has revenue of $2 million and total costs of $2.5 million, which are or can be broken down into total fixed cost of $1 million and total variable cost of $1.5 million.

The net loss on the firm’s income statement is reported as $500,000 (ignoring tax implications). In prior periods, the firm had reported profits on its operations.

  1. What decision should the firm make regarding operations over the long term?

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If the revenue shortfall is expected to persist over time, the firm should cease operations, liquidate assets, and pay debts to the extent possible. Any residual for shareholders would decrease the longer the firm is allowed to operate unprofitably.


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For the most recent financial reporting period, a business domiciled in Ecuador (which recognizes the US dollar as an official currency) has revenue of $2 million and total costs of $2.5 million, which are or can be broken down into total fixed cost of $1 million and total variable cost of $1.5 million. The net loss on the firm’s income statement is reported as $500,000 (ignoring tax implications). In prior periods, the firm had reported profits on its operations. What decision should the firm make regarding operations over the short term? What decision should the firm make regarding operations over the long term? Assume the same business scenario except that revenue is now $1.3 million, which creates a net loss of $1.2 million. What decision should the firm make regarding operati







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[...] are necessary books for the uneducated and good books for the learned, too.
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Images


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Images are necessary books for the uneducated and good books for the learned, too.

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[...] es lo contrario que acción.
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Pasión.


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A [...] style is psychologically displeasing.
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A pedantic or pompous style is psychologically displeasing. Compare these sentence pairs, identical in logical meaning. Behold! The inhabitants have all ret ired to their domiciles. Look! The

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On the basis of common-size financial statements and financial ratios, analysts can evaluate a company’s relative profitability, liquidity, leverage, efficiency, and valuation in relation to [...] and/or [...]
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past results

peers’ results.


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r]) and financial ratios (which are measures of various aspects of corporate performance based on financial statement elements). On the basis of common-size financial statements and financial ratios, analysts can evaluate a company’s relative <span>profitability, liquidity, leverage, efficiency, and valuation in relation to past results and/or peers’ results.<span><body><html>

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g statistical analyses, such as regressions or Monte Carlo simulations; performing equity valuation; performing sensitivity analyses; or using any other analytical tools or combination of tools that are available and appropriate for the task. <span>A comprehensive financial analysis at this stage would include the following: Reading and evaluating financial statements for each company being analyzed. This includes reading the notes and understanding what accounting standards have been used (for example, IFRS or US GAAP), what accounting choices have been made (for example, when to report revenue on the income statement), and what operating decisions have been made that affect reported financial statements (for example, leasing versus purchasing equipment). Making any needed adjustments to the financial statements to facilitate comparison when the unadjusted statements of the subject companies reflect differences in accounting standards, accounting choices, or operating decisions. Note that commonly used databases do not make such analyst adjustments. Preparing or collecting common-size financial statement data (which scale data to directly reflect percentages [e.g., of sales] or changes [e.g., from the prior year]) and financial ratios (which are measures of various aspects of corporate performance based on financial statement elements). On the basis of common-size financial statements and financial ratios, analysts can evaluate a company’s relative profitability, liquidity, leverage, efficiency, and valuation in relation to past results and/or peers’ results. <span><body><html>







he states that it became a maḥalla. This word means a special place for alighting and descending, and so one may conclude that al- Kunāsa was a kind of a way station where travellers used to stop and spend some time resting.

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Spaced practice can be a cost-effective — learning becomes more durable in the same amount of time; therefore, less time needs to be spent on relearning, leaving more time for other productive learning activities (e.g., higher order analysis, application of knowledge). In short, spaced practice enhances the efficacy and efficiency of learning, yet is underused.

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According to Fakhreddine "thematic metapoesis" is that in which poetry is explicitly the theme of the poem.

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The motif of ruined abodes ( atlāl) in the nasib, embedded in the landscape of a desert life now distant from the urban Abbasid culture, is transformed into a poetic metaphor, the poet's way of signaling his poem and marking its genre. The journey section (raḥīl) becomes a metaphor for the poetic journey itself: the terrain traversed is the body of the poem. These are the sections that require justification and therefore give rise to the poetic self-reflection and consciousness that I have called referential metapoesis. In the Abbasid age, a poet can only validate his nasīb and his raḥīl by writing in reference to the archetypal nasīb and raḥīl.

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the concept of hijāʾ as a separate mode, gharaḍ, existed from the earliest times. The term itself and cognate verbal forms are present in poems, even in pre-Islamic times, to a greater extent than the terms belonging to other modes: the words nasīb, madīḥ, fakhr, rithāʾ, etc. rarely occur in poems. The explanation must be that in hijāʾ, more than in any other mode, the poet is concerned with the effect of his poem; the descption of the effect is an essential part of hijāʾ itself, or of those poems in which the opponent is threatened with hijāʾ.

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Jakobson's six functions of language [ edit ] 3. The Emotive (alternatively called "Expressive" or "Affective") Function relates to the Addresser (sender) and is best exemplified by interjections and other sound changes that do not alter the denotative meaning of an utterance but do add information about the Addresser's (speaker's) internal state, e.g. "Wow, what a view!"

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alue is identical in both the real and assumptive universe. [3] 2. The Poetic Function focuses on "the message for its own sake" [4] (the code itself, and how it is used) and is the operative function in poetry as well as slogans. <span>3. The Emotive (alternatively called "Expressive" or "Affective") Function relates to the Addresser (sender) and is best exemplified by interjections and other sound changes that do not alter the denotative meaning of an utterance but do add information about the Addresser's (speaker's) internal state, e.g. "Wow, what a view!" 4. The Conative Function engages the Addressee (receiver) directly and is best illustrated by vocatives and imperatives, e.g. "Tom! Come inside and eat!" 5. The Phatic Functi




Jakobson's six functions of language [ edit ] 4. The Conative Function engages the Addressee (receiver) directly and is best illustrated by vocatives and imperatives, e.g. "Tom! Come inside and eat!"

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ser (sender) and is best exemplified by interjections and other sound changes that do not alter the denotative meaning of an utterance but do add information about the Addresser's (speaker's) internal state, e.g. "Wow, what a view!" <span>4. The Conative Function engages the Addressee (receiver) directly and is best illustrated by vocatives and imperatives, e.g. "Tom! Come inside and eat!" 5. The Phatic Function is language for the sake of interaction and is therefore associated with the Contact/Channel factor. The Phatic Function can be observed in greetings and casual




Abu ʿUbayda is generally accused of anti-Arab sympathies.

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#eni #expediente-electronico #normativa
los destinatarios del contenido de la NTI de Expediente Electrónico, y por lo tanto de la presente guía de aplicación, son los siguientes: i. Responsables de sedes electrónicas y, por tanto, de garantizar los requisitos de interoperabilidad de las mismas. ii. Responsables de la ejecución de los diferentes procedimientos administrativos y procesos de gestión. iii. Responsables de gestión, conservación y archivo de expedientes electrónicos. iv. Desarrolladores de aplicaciones de gestión, conservación y archivo de expedientes y documentos electrónicos.

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La Ley 39/2015, de 1 de octubre, define en su artículo 70 el expediente administrativo como el “conjunto ordenado de documentos y actuaciones que sirven de antecedente y fundamento a la resolución administrativa, así como las diligencias encaminadas a ejecutarla”, estableciendo además que “los expedientes tendrán formato electrónico”. 20. Para garantizar la vinculación de los documentos electrónicos que conforman un expediente, la Ley define el índice electrónico “como un índice numerado y autentificado de todos los documentos que contenga cuando se remita”, estableciendo además que “La autenticación del citado índice garantizará la integridad e inmutabilidad del expediente electrónico generado desde el momento de su firma y permitirá su recuperación siempre que sea preciso”

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III. Componentes del expediente electrónico. III.1 Los componentes de un expediente electrónico son: a) Documentos electrónicos, que cumplirán las características de estructura y formato establecidas en la Norma Técnica de Interoperabilidad de Documento electrónico. Los documentos electrónicos podrán incluirse en un expediente electrónico bien directamente como elementos independientes, bien dentro de una carpeta, entendida ésta como una agrupación de documentos electrónicos creada por un motivo funcional, o bien como parte de otro expediente, anidado en el primero. b) Índice electrónico, que según lo establecido en el artículo 32.2 de la Ley 11/2007, de 22 de junio, de acceso electrónico de los ciudadanos a los Servicios Públicos, garantizará la integridad del expediente electrónico y permitirá su recuperación siempre que sea preciso. El índice electrónico recogerá el conjunto de documentos electrónicos asociados al expediente en un momento dado y, si es el caso, su disposición en carpetas o expedientes. c) Firma del índice electrónico por la Administración, órgano o entidad actuante de acuerdo con la normativa aplicable. d) Metadatos del expediente electrónico.

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#eni #expediente-electronico #normativa
Documentos electrónicos: objetos digitales administrativos de cada una de las actuaciones administrativas que integran el expediente, y que contienen la información (contenido y firma) y los datos asociados a ésta (metadatos) que, como tales, han de cumplir lo establecido en la NTI de Documento Electrónico. La NTI cita el hecho de que los documentos electrónicos pueden incluirse en un expediente electrónico de diferentes formas: a. Directamente como elementos independientes. b. Dentro de una carpeta, entendida ésta como una agrupación de documentos electrónicos creada por un motivo funcional, para la que no existe normativa específica de ámbito general desarrollada. c. Como parte de un sub-expediente electrónico, entendido éste como un expediente electrónico anidado dentro de otro, y que, como tal, sigue la estructura y consideraciones definidas en la NTI de Expediente Electrónico. La inclusión de un sub-expediente puede deberse a la existencia de expedientes vinculados al expediente que lo contiene o, tal y como se desarrolla más adelante, a la generación de un expediente que contenga parte o la totalidad del expediente electrónico original en un momento determinado del tiempo con el fin de satisfacer posibles solicitudes de remisión o puesta a disposición. El contenido y características de un expediente vinculado evolucionan conforme al procedimiento con el que se corresponde dicho sub-expediente, independientemente de su vinculación a otro, reflejándose dichos cambios en el expediente que lo contiene.

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Índice electrónico: definido en el epígrafe III.1.b y que constituye un objeto digital que contiene la identificación sustancial de los documentos electrónicos que componen el expediente debidamente ordenada para reflejar la disposición de los documentos, así como otros datos con el fin de preservar la integridad y permitir la recuperación del mismo, en los términos del artículo 70.3 de la citada Ley 39/2015, de 1 de octubre de 2015. El contenido del índice del expediente puede variar según las necesidades de cada organización, la cual puede diseñar diferentes patrones que se ajusten a las actividades y diferentes tipos de procedimientos que desarrolla. También cabe contemplar la utilización de este patrón del índice para definir qué documentos deben integrar un determinado tipo de expediente. La NTI no establece consideraciones sobre patrones de índice que, en cualquier caso, serían definidos con carácter previo por cada organización en particular, y asociados a las funciones de normalización de procedimientos a las que hace referencia el R.D. 4/2010 ENI en su artículo 9. La NTI no establece ninguna consideración relativa al tratamiento del índice electrónico como documento electrónico o como otro tipo de objeto digital a nivel interno de cada organización, sino que se limita a reflejar sus características funcionales y sólo establece una implementación concreta de cara al intercambio del expediente. Nótese que en la estructura XML para el intercambio de expedientes, el índice no constituye un documento electrónico en tanto que no tiene metadatos mínimos obligatorios asociados. Por tanto, es responsabilidad de cada organización el diseño e implementación del índice de sus expedientes bajo la fórmula que mejor se ajuste a sus necesidades y normativa específica aplicable, con la única restricción de que permita la traslación de la información a la estructura XML indicada en la NTI en caso de intercambio.

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Firma del índice electrónico: firma electrónica que garantiza la autenticidad e integridad del contenido del índice, y por extensión, de los documentos que conforman el expediente electrónico así como de su estructura. Tal y como cita el epígrafe III.1.c, la firma del índice del expediente electrónico es realizada por la organización responsable de dicho expediente, mediante uno de los sistemas de firma previstos en la normativa aplicable. En este caso, los sistemas de firma electrónica por parte de las organizaciones que pueden ser utilizados aparecen en los artículos 42 y 43 de la Ley 40/2015, de 1 de octubre, y son: - Firma electrónica basada en certificados, cuya aplicación se realiza según lo establecido en la Política de firma que corresponda. Dicha Política se desarrolla conforme a la normativa específica aplicable y, en cualquier caso, según las condiciones técnicas establecidas en la NTI de Política de firma y certificados de la Administración, en la que se especifican formatos de firma admitidos, reglas de creación y verificación, uso de sellos de tiempo, firmas longevas, algoritmos, etc. - Sistemas de Código Seguro de Verificación (CSV), en cuyo caso es de aplicación lo dispuesto en los artículos 20 y 21 del Real Decreto 1671/2009, de 6 de noviembre, por el que se desarrolla parcialmente la Ley 11/2007, de 22 de junio, de acceso electrónico de los ciudadanos a los servicios públicos (en adelante R.D. 1671/2009, de 6 de noviembre).

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Metadatos del expediente: citados en el epígrafe III.1.d y que, como tales, constituyen un conjunto de datos que proporciona contexto al contenido, estructura y firma del expediente, contribuyendo al valor probatorio de éste a lo largo del tiempo. Además, los metadatos del expediente podrán incluir particularidades procedimentales de cara a facilitar su gestión. La N TI no hace ningún tipo de previsión sobre la implementación de los metadatos del expediente en general, ya sean mínimos obligatorios o complementarios, ni por tanto de su firma. Nótese no obstante que, en caso de intercambio, los metadatos mínimos obligatorios serán integrados bajo la estructura XML establecida, sobre la que, si una organización lo considera conveniente, podría aplicarse una firma electrónica que incluyese dichos metadatos. Al igual que para cualquier documento electrónico, la forma de implementación de los metadatos de un expediente electrónico para su tratamiento y gestión a nivel interno es libre y, como tal, será diseñada por cada organización en base a sus necesidades, criterios y normativa específica. Sólo en el caso en que el expediente electrónico intervenga en un proceso de intercambio, la implementación de sus metadatos mínimos obligatorios, junto al resto de sus componentes, se realizará según la estructura y condiciones establecidas en el punto 4.5.1 de esta guía.

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únicos textos médicos anteriores à coleção hipocrática 'lue nos chegaram são os do médico-filósofo Alcméon de Crotona. Desses textos conservaram-se apenas fragmentos

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Para Homero, Asclépio era apenas um ~CXOlÀEÚS" , um rei, dotado de conhecimentos médicos que viveu na Tessália; e seus dois filhos, Podalírio e Macáon, guerreiros e também médicos, lutaram na guerra de Tróia ao lado de Odisseu, Aquiles, Agamêmnon, Ájax, Diomedes e outros heróis (Ilíada, lI, 729-733). Por volta de 500 a.C, data aproximada da construção do grande Asklepieion 9 de Epidauro, Asclépio já figura completamente divinizado (Burkert, 1993). Não há espaço, aqui, para uma discussão pormenorizada desses mitos; a hipótese mais mais provável é que Asclépio represente uma antiga divindade ctônica da Tessália a quem eram atribuídos poderes de cura, e que foi progressivamente humanizada e incorporada ao panteão grego (Farnell, 1920). A serpente, animal associado diretamente às divindades ctônicas, acabou por se tornar o símbolo da medicinaIO

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#hipócrates
Hipócrates se dispunha, de acordo com as fontes, a aceitar discípulos em troca de pagamento, como os sofistas mais famosos. Essa passagem corrobora, portanto, a infor- mação do Juramento hipocrático de que o ensino da medicina não era gratuito.

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Neste ponto, seria muito difícil discordar de Comford (1981), que em seu texto sobre o conhecimento empírico considera que a grande contribuição do Corpus hippocraticum para o pensamento ocidental foi a introdução do empirismo

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Mutatis mutandis é uma expressão advinda do latim que significa "mudando o que tem de ser mudado"

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o que compromete sua credibilidade (desde dezembro de 2009) . Por favor, adicione referências e insira-as corretamente no texto ou no rodapé. Conteúdo sem fontes poderá ser removido. — Encontre fontes: Google (notícias, livros e acadêmico) <span>Mutatis mutandis é uma expressão advinda do latim que significa "mudando o que tem de ser mudado". Pode ser, grosso modo, entendida como: "tendo substituído ou levado em conta certos termos" ou "guardadas proporções". Tal expressão é geralmente empregada a respei




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Mutatis mutandis é uma expressão advinda do latim que significa "mudando o que tem de ser mudado"

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#hipócrates
O corpo do homem contém sangue, fleuma, bile amarela e negra; esta é a natureza do corpo, através da qual adoece e tem saúde. Tem saúde, precisamente, quando estes humores são harmônicos em proporção, em propriedade e em quantidade, e sobretudo quando são misturados. O homem adoece quando há falta ou excesso de um desses humores, ou quando ele se separa no corpo e não se une aos demais.

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Além dessas coisas, é preciso saber também isto: que as doenças que engendram repleção, a evacuação as cura; as doenças que surgem pela evacuação, a repleção as cura; as que são oriundas do exercício, a pausa cura; e as que são geradas pela inércia, cura-as o exercício.

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