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equality of extension or duration

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Kaprow, characteristically, did not put as much pressure on the connective interrogation and binding of experience and events as, say, Heidegger, whose insistence on the innate and self-defining qualities of objects and beings exceeds Kaprow's immersive coextension in and with the world to visit on them something like a state of philosophical grace.
This imaginary unity extends and extrapolates the flesh into metaphysical embodiment, where there emerges also the unity of the subject, the coextension of subject and body, and the metaphysics of relations among subject, performance, and world.
Ahora bien, el emblema de esta coextension clasica del discurso y de la naturaleza parece residir, segun Foucault, en el sueno abrigado por Linneo durante un tiempo, sueno de presentar su Filosofia botanica en forma de <<caligramas>>:
On the necessity of division: 'Plato must separate himself from Parmenides and identify thought otherwise than by its pure coextension to being.
La coextension, por su parte, usualmente se codifica por medio de recursos lexicos.
It is this relation between set and subset--and the coextension of the former with the bounds of the human--that I'd like to map onto our own discipline.
LA COEXTENSION PRESENCIAL DEL TIEMPO, SU ARTICULACION ENTERA, ES LA ANTECEDENCIA U HORIZONTE SOLO DE ACUERDO CON EL CUAL CABE EL DARSE DE UNA VEZ.
Sin embargo, seria impropio hablar de la coextension del mundo
Advirtiendo la negacion kantiana de coextension entre las posibilidades logica y matematica (cf.
To wit, the materialist type-identity theory requires that all properties be identical to physical properties, which in turn requires necessary coextension, a lawful one-to-one correlation.
Applications include coextension, striping, melt-pipe replacement, quick extruder connection, and general product transfer and viscosity control.
It is unclear whether Uniacke would reject the "coextension" of rights in some circumstances such as cases of mistaken lawful arrest but argue in favor of such coextension where third-parties assist or intervene on behalf of persons possessing valid claims of putative self-defense.
Leibniz refiriose, asimismo, a la infinidad de los infinitos, tema que desde otra perspectiva habia sido abordado en el paragrafo ccxxv de los Essais de Theodicee, a proposito de la no coextension del intelecto divino, intensivamente considerado, y la pluralidad de los posibles.
These principles must express, at least, accidental coextensions (many regard them as nomic) between the related terms.
It differs from nonreductive materialism, a position in many respects like his own except that it repudiates the requirement of reduction - either monistically construed as involving property identities, or dualistically construed as involving nomic coextensions between non-identical mental and physical properties.