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- adj. Not classical.
- adj. Not governed by the rules of Newtonian mechanics.
- adj. Not governed or describable by the classical theory of electromagnetism.
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- adj. not classical
One could hardly be surprised to encounter random collectivities, whether governed by usual statistical laws (which are quite different from the regularities we encounter in nonclassical cases) or not.
This decoherence, however, signals the irreducible inaccessibility of the efficacious processes that give rise to the body or the text through certain nonclassical configurations of material or phenomenal effects.
They give the materiality of the signifiers a formal structure we encounter in nonclassical theory.
Among the melodists Mr. Isacoff places Schubert, Mendelssohn and Chopin, as well as nonclassical 20th-century performers like Teddy Wilson and Bud Powell, whom he describes with wonderful sympathy.
"I can't just let loose the way nonclassical players do," he admits over lunch at his hotel near Lincoln Center.
Formative influences included a flamboyant teacher who assigned nonclassical pieces, as well as a galvanizing encounter with the music of Schoenberg and other modernists at Pomona College in California.
Training in different genres, and an ability to play -- and improvise -- nonclassical music makes an instrumentalist more employable.
A further model that we briefly outline falls into the set theoretical semantics paradigm of nonclassical logic and it is due to Dunn and Meyer.
The connection between CL and nonclassical logics is way stonger than the link between CL and classical logic.
Set theoretical semantics in which the intensional connectives are modeled from relations on a collection of situations have been the preferred interpretation of nonclassical logics since the early 1960s.
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