Take such a proposition as "Socrates precedes Plato." Here the word "precedes" is just as solid as the words "Socrates" and "Plato"; it MEANS a relation, but is not a relation.
For example, if the proposition is "Socrates precedes Plato," the objective which verifies it results from replacing the word "Socrates" by Socrates, the word "Plato" by Plato, and the word "precedes" by the relation of preceding between Socrates and Plato.
The Juvenile Delinquency Guidelines (JDG), recently prepared by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, emphasize timely response at all stages of case processing, including those stages that precede
or do not include formal court involvement.
He says we do this with the parables that precede
it as well.
, proceed--"These words are confusing for reasons of similar pronunciation and spelling.
The purpose of this assessment was to establish the components of a comprehensive program to prevent school violence using the PRECEDE
planning model, which assesses factors that contribute to and occur as a result of school violence, as a theoretical framework.