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32) <<Dixi finitam; nam, ut bene dicit Cajetanus, cum respectu scientiae inftnitae practicum et speculativum non sunt differentiae essentiales>>.
So, blooded and bloodless animals could be divided into many forms by means of many differentiae, those forms being either atomic species or kinds that are further divisible.
The differentiae, which, as Gotthelf has shown, are collected and collated in preparation for the explanatory project, are logically independent.
Balme, "Aristotle's Use of Division and Differentiae," in Philosophical Issues in Aristotle's Biology, eds.
Os dois modelos mais empregados sao a semantica estmtural e a semantica prototipica, que se refletem na formulacao, respectivamente, das parafrases por genusproximum + differentiae, specificae e das whole-sentence definitions:
The genus et differentiae type of definition is not only the 'classical definition'; it is probably the definition that best adjusts to the semantic mental construct we build in our minds.
Aristotle adapts the system of multiple differentiae familiar in the biological works to increase the unity of the Meteorologica.
He feels it would be 'helpful to [his] French readers [if he indicated] what [he regarded] as the main differentiae of [his] approach' (p.
RIASSUNTO: Analisi di tre passi della sezione differentiae nell'Appendix Probi presente nel codice Nap.
En concreto, cita la respuesta de Leibniz a su interlocutor publicada en los Acta eruditorum en 1695, el cual solo acepta como cantidades reales los infinitesimales de primer orden y rechaza las differentiae differentiarum que las considera como ceros; Leibniz esta de acuerdo con Nieuwentijt en el criterio de que dos cantidades son iguales cuando no hay ninguna diferencia entre ellas, pero ademas Leibniz anade que tambien son iguales aquellas cantidades cuya diferencia es tan pequena que es incomparable.
Of course, emulation constantly disturbs these differentiae (for they have no absolute rationale-- and their inversion could easily be presumed), which leads to ever more differentiation--in this case, to younger and younger brides, or to more and more finicky eating habits--affecting not only what is eaten but whom one eats with.
Designers of conceptual hierarchies tend to embrace Aristotle's principle of genus et differentiae leading to a taxonomic hierarchy of categories or types [7], while those with implementation in mind focus on the reuse of class definitions and polymorphism as made possible by subclassing and inheritance.