Parts and Wholes

Parts and Wholes


Parts and Wholes in Semantics

When discussing the integration of parts by conjoined NPs and nouns in the next
section, I will address data that have ... definite NPs is predicted by the notion of
situated part structure, the notion of FF-integrated whole, and the treatment of ...

Parts and Wholes in Semantics

This book develops a unified account of expressions involving the notions of "part" and "whole " in which principles of the individuation of part structures play a central role. Moltmann presents a range of new empirical generalizations with data from English and a variety of other languages involving plurals, mass nouns, adnominal and adverbial modifiers such as as a whole, together, and alone, nominal and adverbial quanitfiers ranging over parts, and expressions of completion such as completely and partly. She develops a new theory of part structures which differs from traditional mereological theories in that the notion of an integrated whole plays a central role and in that the part structure of an entity is allowed to vary across different situations, perspectives, and dimensions.

Parts and Wholes

... embodiment in language : But as , in my very first conception of the tale , I had
the whole present to my mind , with the wholeness , no less than the liveliness of
a vision ; I trust that I shall be able to qybody in verse the three parts yet to come .

Parts and Wholes


Parts and Wholes in Semantics

Moltmann provides a unified account of a broad range of English and cross linguistic data involving expressions of the notions of "part" and "whole".

Parts and Wholes in Semantics

Moltmann provides a unified account of a broad range of English and cross linguistic data involving expressions of the notions of "part" and "whole". She presents a new theory of part structures in which the notion of an integrated whole plays a fundamental role, and in which the part structure of an entity may vary across different situations, perspectives, and dimensions.

Count on Kids

Count on Kids


Ecofeminism

It relates to the “more” in the statement “the whole is more than the sum of the
parts.” In sum: In an organic system, one cannot understand parts and whole
without their context and relationships. The focus is therefore on relationships
between ...

Ecofeminism

This book is for those who desire to improve their understanding of the current crises of poverty, environmental destruction, violence, and human rights abuses, and their causes. Unless we increase our awareness and demand changes that balance the yang and yin forces, patriarchal domination will eradicate life on planet Earth.

Innovative Concepts for Autonomic and Agent Based Systems

To capture these notions, we introduce the concept of a holarchy (a hierarchy of
holons, which are both parts and wholes) and use an enhancement of the
Statechart notation called Parts/whole Statecharts. We relate aspects of this
notation to ...

Innovative Concepts for Autonomic and Agent Based Systems

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Radical Agent Concepts, WRAC 2005, held in Greenbelt, MD, USA in September 2005. The 27 full papers presented are fully revised to incorporate reviewers' comments and discussions at the workshop. Topics addressed are social aspects of agents, agent architectures, autonomic systems, agent communities, and agent intelligence.

Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research

In general , where common sense requires it , parts of wholes have been taken
as equivalent to the wholes of which they are parts ; e.g. , a horse's head is
entered as a hit on HORSE , the corner of a table as one TABLE , the bows only
of a ...

Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research


Parts and Wholes

In this view, the most constitutive relationships of society are based on exchange. Exchange and ritual articulate central values of a society, thus appearing as parts in relationship to a whole.

Parts and Wholes

This festschrift for Josephus D.M. Platenkamp brings some central concerns of anthropology into focus: social morphology, exchange, cosmology, history, and practical applications. Ranging across several disciplines and continents, but with a preference for Southeast Asia, the contributions look at a common approach that unites these diverse themes. In this view, the most constitutive relationships of society are based on exchange. Exchange and ritual articulate central values of a society, thus appearing as parts in relationship to a whole. These relationships encompass both human and non-human beings, the social and the cosmological domain. Thus, the study of these subject issues merges into a single project. (Series: ?Anthropology: Research and Science / Ethnologie: Forschung und Wissenschaft, Vol. 27) [Subject: Anthropology]Ã?Â?Ã?Â?

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

ēti ci čotu idéa priority of parts to their whole with the theory of ideas . ... Čti ei
cópatós éoti otoixeia , figures , 7 all of which are clearly also parts.48 De lineis
Tây sẽ gioixiv Anh TióT € pov , và đề pn To0 6Aoi TpÓTpa ... parts to wholes .

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

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A Perception oriented Theory of Metre

CHAPTER VIII Units Above the Line Parts and Wholes Throughout the present
study we have insisted on the fundamental law of perception , according to which
the psychological organization of any stimulus pattern will always be as good as
 ...

A Perception oriented Theory of Metre


Growing Up with Philosophy

An example of the part - whole exercise in moral imagination might be the
following : Suppose , ( as editor of the school newspaper ) ... Every time a child
paints there is the need to work from parts to wholes and to analyze wholes into
parts .

Growing Up with Philosophy


The Modern Schoolman

follows that the whole is not present to each of its parts , neither essentially nor
according to its full power . It is not present essentially , for the hand , head , or
legs are not the body , nor can “ the body ” be predicated of any one of them .

The Modern Schoolman