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privative

Logic obsolete (of a proposition) that predicates a logical privation
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This paper examines the basic differences between Dionysius' two principal terms for negation, aphairesis and apophasis, expounding most of the passages in which these terms appear in order to support the claim that aphairesis functions as Dionysius' method of hymning the hyper-being God through the removal of "beings" (by means of narrow-scope predicate-term negation), while apophasis constitutes Dionysius' logic of interpreting these removed beings excessively rather than privatively.
Individual realizations of income y are not immediately observable to the public, but, instead, can be, in part or in whole, privatively concealed before income becomes publicly observable.
I may construct an implied author not simply from one voice, but synthetically, from an amalgam of a narrator and a particular character, or dialogically, from the interplay among several characters, or privatively, from a negative or ironic rendering of diegetically authorized narrators or characters.
The boss must fancy her," or "she's obviously slept her way to the top," are the sorts of comments men either say or privatively think.
Rick Perry has a new gig: chief strategy officer at MCNA Dental, the largest privatively held dental insurance company in the country, according to a spokesman for Perry.
In her televised phone call to privatively owned CBC channel, Khattab said, "There are still four rounds and the first round is not the base.