These forms can be misunderstood as elaborations of a single, atemporal form of predication
Scotus, on the other hand, was particularly wary of what he considered an overly facile application of analogical predication
to theological discourse.
A modest amount of evidence in support of this hypothesis comes from domains of predication
and the lexicon beyond locatives.
Let us now consider Predication
, as illustrated in the following statements:
The present paper will consider the prototypical and non-prototypical coding of class-inclusion and property predication
He achieved a great transformation of the predication
in using the media (radio and television) to deliver his view on modern life.
Instead, they offer a new model of selection based on performance, not test-based predication
In similar vein, with medieval understandings of predication
and accidence in mind, it is contended that `Chaucer's readers must determine and then choose between accidental and essential selves for the Canterbury pilgrims' (p.
occurs within a particular religious framework, and according to its own categorical and grammatical norms.
These are the predication
, elements to prove, preliminary steps, and investigative steps.
Styled as "the biggest disclosure since the X86", the new details will reveal an architecture which, according to Intel, will get round some of the limitations of current RISC architectures by using the EPIC instruction set, which uses such techniques such as explicit parallelism, predication
Cassidy, who rode a winning treble for the day, declared Bezeal Bay a Group 1 horse when he won on the gelding at last year's Melbourne Cup carnival, but it was not until Saturday that the predication