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a position arrived at by reasoning from premises or general principles

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relating to or having the nature of illation or inference

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resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference

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expressing or preceding an inference

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As Comrie and Polinsky and others have shown, these locative notions are IN (the underlying location for inessive, illative and elative) and ON (the underlying location for for adessive, allative and ablative).
Confirmation that the locative expresses ILLATIVE and the allative ALLATIVE/DIRECTIONAL with motion verbs comes from the usage with nouns referring to people (pp.
Para ello, recurro sin mas a la oferta intelectual que Newman nos ha legado en la fenomenologia del illative sense.
Again Newman's notion of illative sense may lie behind MacIntrye's account of truth claims; at least there are similarities, though Newman's analysis focuses on the individual, whereas MacIntyre is concerned with a living tradition.
ABL ablative, ACC accusative, CAUS causative, DAT dative, DEF definite article, DEST destinative, DIFF diffusive DIST distal, DS different subject, ELA elative, EMP emphasis, EXTR extreme, GEN genitive, ILL illative, IMMED immediate, IMP imperative, LOC locative, M masculine, MULTI multiple NEX nexus element, NM noun marker, OBJ object, PERF perfect, PL plural, POSS possessive affix, PP adposition, PROX proximal, PST past, PUNC punctual, PV preverb, RE realization, SG singular, SUBJ subject.
Abbreviations 1, 2, 3 first, second, third person ABE abessive ADE adessive ADJ adjective ALL allative CLC clitic COM comitative COND conditional dINF da-infinitive EL elative ESS essive FEM female GEN genetive GER gerund ILL illative IMP imperative IMPS impersonal INE inessive JUSS jussive mINF ma-infinitive NEG negation marker PL plural POSTP postposition PRCL particle PRS present PRTV partitive PST simple past PRTCP presnt participle PTCP past participle Q question marker QUOT quotative SG singular TRM terminative TRNSL translative
But Kirk did not have an entirely negative view of intuition, for he found it to be a distinct part of what Cardinal Newman called the illative sense, "which," Kirk said, "we may vulgarly term the jigsaw-puzzle capabilities of the intellect, a multitude of little evidences falling into place gradually, so that in the end one discovers 'powerful and concurrent reasons' for belief, even though one cannot consciously trace the intricate process by which conviction was brought about.
In addition to this illative core, an argument possesses a dialectical tier in which the arguer discharges his dialectical obligations" (p.
Henry Cardinal Newman's idea of the Illative Sense, which has been
Newman's own experientially based theory of development, ultimately based on his concept of the illative sense, would be the paradigm for this new reading and explanation of the facts of doctrinal history.
The former has been attested in some Udmurt dialects at least since Jemeljanov's grammar ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1927: 127), where an approximate-illative case in -ne is listed as a variant of the illative for the Glazov district Udmurt variety.
In order to test the research hypotheses, descriptive and illative statistics and correlation analyze method are used.
Aquino, Communities of Informed Judgment: Newman's Illative Sense and Accounts of Rationality (Washington: Catholic University of America, 2004) 86-89 addresses the charges of relativism that have been leveled against Newman on this point.
The two last chapters of the book are a personal addition of Aquino giving a communal dimension to the illative sense and mapping how people ordinarily reach certitude by transmission of knowledge and by relying on the reason of others.
Aristotle is clearly the master even of what is taken to be most original in the Grammar of Assent, Newman's notion of "the Illative Sense.