The problem, Hegel now says more helpfully, lies in the abstractness
of the Socratic universal.
Moreover, the development of ME sense of futurity is to be viewed as the increase in the level of abstractness
, hence as the evolution of former conceptual structure via defocusing of the divine conceptual subject.
Feature 6 represents the abstractness
of the right constituent: abstract right nouns lead to fewer en responses.
Because nomen crystallizes numen, it follows that all language must have at least some capacity to personalize abstractness
This information can be deadening in its abstractness
There may be no obvious functionality to something, and yet its abstractness
reveals a fundamental sense of the ever-changing, ever-moving and ever-wondrous natural world.
Article] III and problems of prematurity and abstractness
Each of these identifications demonstrates some specific features depending on the level of abstractness
or reality of the object as well as the physical environment or digital environment for manifestation of the identified object.
This quality of purposeful abstractness
makes everything sound and seem contrived.
Learning of adjective-noun paired associates as a function of adjective-noun word order and noun abstractness
These scores demonstrated emphasis on abstractness
over concreteness and active experimentation over reflective observation respectively.
He turns to Gillian Rose's reading of Hegel to diagnose "the cause of the abstractness
of contemporary philosophy and social theory (and theology, by extension) as the unacknowledged influence of bourgeois property right, which surreptitiously determines our experience of the world" (2-3).