- n. Plural form of negation.
“A related view also occurs much later; Ashworth reports that Menghus Blanchellus Faventinus held that term negations such as ˜nonman™ are true of non-beings, and he concluded from this that ˜A nonman is a chimera™ is true (apparently assuming that ˜chimera™ is also true of nonbeings). [”
“This concerns many people's claims against Christianity, which are in fact negations of heresies.”
“The building of homesteads on Palestinian land in hopes of keep this land during the negations process is wrong.”
“Last week, contract negations for Meloni to return to Law & Order: SVU fell through.”
“There are no signs of progress whatsoever," said Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze, who leads the team of Georgian negations.”
“In spite of the treacherously slow pace of these negations, and the ever-present danger that the whole process might collapse, there are more attractive snapshots to convey from this littoral city than just its beautiful beaches.”
“Never mind that," I interposed, to save myself from being swept out of the office by his flood of negations.”
“The second bit is that the negations are not parallel.”
“For this philosophical tradition derived from Hegel, the only way, in any sense, to be "positive" about the world is through such double negations.”
“Schelling says, the unconditioned can reveal itself only through negations.”
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