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tripartite

(esp of leaves) consisting of three parts formed by divisions extending almost to the base
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La tripartition peut servir a diverses typologies, par exemple du sens: sens semiotique, sens physique, sens (re)presentationnel; systemes semiotiques, physiques, (re)presentationnels; etc.
tripartition of power is that although the President is not classified
The essays in Part I of the volume, 'Transitions to Tripartition,' explore the moral psychological views expressed in dialogues that are considered prior to, or roughly contemporaneous with, the Republic (where the tripartite theory is first introduced), and they address ways in which those views anticipate, motivate, or relate to tripartite psychology.
The former maintains that the traditional chronology of the Timaeus corroborates the argument in favor of the tripartition of the soul in the Laws (because the Timaeus, in which the tripartition of the soul is supported, belongs to the same writing period as the Laws).
Cette demarche impliqua que les res divini iuris furent elles-meme l'objet d'une tripartition en res sacrae, res religiosae et res sanctae.
"Tripartition for Aleksinac" clearly enunciates these themes as the speaker ponders the NATO bombing of his first home: Though "bathed in death, / under April plum trees in bloom, / between tulips blown apart by the black hawks' breath," he must rescue not Eurydice but his city.
In the process, he shifted from a standard geographical tripartition (1832; Dufour 1836) to a composite position which overlays the 'Geographers' division' (the contemporary version of Brosses's regional toponyms with Fiji located in Polynesie and New Zealand in Australasie/Australie) on Dumont d'Urville's four-part 'Division by race of men'--and explains the process in a legend (Fig.
Si le manicheisme constitue bien le systeme theologique et mythologique qui gouverne le mythe de La guerre des etoiles, des traits structuraux propres a la tripartition sont encore presents a l'interieur de ce systeme.
Now, it is true that even in the fifties, Lacan's thought was characterized by a tripartition between the Imaginary, the Symbolic, and the Real.
What this position defends is in fact nothing else than one of the three functions of life proposed by the traditional, Platonic tripartition of the soul into the rational, the sensible, and the vegetative.
Perhaps the tripartition of Mrahris is a fiction, as well, since only one generation later, all parts of Mrahris are again in the hand of a single branch, the two sons of the youngest (or middle) son: Srorre (Yeses Hod) and Hkhorre.