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monadic

(programming)
unary, when describing an operator or function. The term is part of the dyadic, niladic sequence.

monadic

(theory)
See monad.

monadic

One. A single item or operation. An instruction with one operand.
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The primary goal of this project is to demonstrate that it is possible to go significantly beyond the expressiveness of monadic logic, while retaining similar decidability results.
In nothing is this monadic aspect of lyric and song more evident and fulfilled than in the great lied of the nineteenth century.
1 Graph parameters definable in Monadic Second Order Logic
ones challenged monadic, androcentric formulations of race by accounting for the triple burden of Black working-class women.
10) What excites him about Goldmann's effort, among other things, is the theory it posits of the way "in which individual parts can be said to make up a whole greater than a mere sum of its parts"--a view that leads away from a monadic consciousness to a relational "group consciousness," which is not only Hegelian but more broadly philological (444).
For example, in Cohen's opinion, the fact that the same object can appear to be very different colors to different observers--or that two objects which appear to be the same color under one source of illumination can appear to be very different colors under different sources of illumination (for the same observer)--strongly suggests that there are no singular, monadic, veridical colors.
In Thompson's terms, this is a contrast between "bipolar normativity" and "merely monadic normativity," between a form of moral life in which we say "AT wronged Y by doing A" and one in which we say only that "X did wrong in doing A"--Y having dropped out of the picture.
1] Source: 2013 Online Monadic Concept Survey Moms n=101
As such, he is parallel to the Leibnizian God (5) as the constituting creator of the monadic world, organizing the relations between them.
For Marx, Bauer's idea, like the fundamental premise of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the United States Constitution, is limited and ultimately self-defeating, as it merely solidifies a theory of rights based on monadic individualism.
Third, instead of the unitary and monadic self advocated by the generality of Western communication models, Buddhism sheds light on the importance of understanding self in its pluralizing ways.
Lorde's writing displays a Marxist, pan-Africanist, and feminist worldview that her later years reprised the Black internationalist feminism of Claudia Jones[, who] challenged monadic, androcentric formulations of race by accounting for the triple burden of Black working-class women" (157).