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- adv. In a categorematic fashion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a categorematic manner; as a categorematic.
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On the other hand, all substantives may be used categorematically; and the same self-sufficiency is usually recognised in adjectives and participles.
If we say _Venus is a planet whose orbit is inside the Earth's_, the subject, 'Venus,' is a word used categorematically as a simple term; the predicate is a composite term whose constituent words (whether substantive, relative, verb, or preposition) are used syncategorematically.
˜infinite™ is used categorematically, for in that case its signification is “Things that are infinite are finite.”
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