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While Levinson thinks that the artist's categorial intentions (which pertain to what category an artwork belongs to) matter in interpretation but her semantic intentions do not, it is not clear that the distinction is so clear-cut and rigid; an intention to satirize, for example, could I suspect be both a categorial and a semantic intention, showing that the distinction may be fluid and the two kinds of intentions need not be mutually exclusive.
Explanations of any 'a-' words in adjectival functions (predicative position, attributive position and/or in postpositive position) and in adverbial functions (adverbial, premodifier in adjective, adverb and prepositional phrases) are available in the literature and confirm their status as belonging to either one or the other, but not as members of the categorial space between adjectives and adverbs according to their common morphology, syntax or semantics (cf.
Os paragrafos de todas as noticias foram classificados segundo as categorias pre-definidas, de modo que, foi realizada uma analise de conteudo categorial semantica.
Le point du texte qui me semble essentiel a propos du categorial, c'est l'idee que le concept d'etre, tant comme les categories, ont toute les deux besoin de se manifester.
Consequently, the structure of an expression does not have to be reduced exclusively to the categorial and combinatorial properties of its head, and its meaning does not have to derive compositionally from the meanings of its component elements.
Many classical constructions in the domain of mathematical structures have categorial character of reflection.
As shown in the above section, a knowledge base of categorial specifications consists of two main types of representations: Individual software objects (including specifications of meta-meta-classes, meta-classes, classes, objects, and executable objects) and composed software designs (including specifications of meta-meta-frameworks, meta-frameworks, frameworks, implemented frameworks, and executable frameworks).
Cuts in categorial funds are estimated at $255,000 this year and $743,000 next year.
In a recent paper (2001, building on Jamison 1992) on the Indo-Iranian sa bodhi / huuo daidi construction, thus showing sa / huuo with second-person reference, I observed that "Any analysis of the semantic and categorial features of [this] pronoun must take as a point of departure its normal unmarked reference, which is third person.
It can't be: the categorial presuppositions of the scientific naturalist are minimal and do not allow for inherent meaning (see Kelly, "Semantic Presence").
Tillich's assessment, it seems, links Troeltsch's historical speculation to the categorial significance of history in Martin Heidegger's Sein und Zeit.
At the very basic, taxonomic, level we operate with verbal, categorial descriptions rooted in informal (experiential) or formal (observational) languages (verbal labels).
One author calling for more and improved federal aid to cities is Dick Netzer, whose policy chapter calls for counter-cyclical grants to cities, open-ended categorial matching grants, and the nationalization of public assistance programs.
H ( = 0, 1) is a categorial indicator of enrollment in the Medicare hospice benefit.