Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to heteropathy; allopathic.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to the method of heteropathy; allopathic.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as allopathic.

Etymologies

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Ancient Greek

Examples

  • On Mill's account, higher-level heteropathic laws will supplement but not supplant lower-level laws (whether homopathic or heteropathic).

    Emergent Properties

  • In analyzing such phenomena, Mill introduces the notion of a heteropathic effect and the attendant notion of a heteropathic law, in contrast to homopathic effects and laws.

    Emergent Properties

  • One might wonder how homopathic and heteropathic laws interact.

    Emergent Properties

  • It is important to note that both homopathic and heteropathic laws for Mill are causal laws, and homopathic and heteropathic effects are effects of causal interactions.

    Emergent Properties

  • Thus, Mill's dynamical account of emergence (heteropathic interactions) differs importantly from the synchronic, noncausal covariational account of the relationship of emergent features to the conditions that give rise to them that C.

    Emergent Properties

  • These are ˜heteropathic effects,™ and the causal laws which subsume them are ˜heteropathic laws.™

    Emergent Properties

  • The heteropathic intermixture of effects is also found in organic processes (which, indeed, are partly chemical): as when a man eats bread and milk, and by digestion and assimilation converts them into nerve, muscle and bone.

    Logic Deductive and Inductive

  • This compound presents very different phenomena from those of its elements; and hence Mill called this class of cases "the heteropathic intermixture of effects."

    Logic Deductive and Inductive

  • Chemical Causes and the heteropathic Intermixture of Effects 188

    Logic Deductive and Inductive

  • But a double purging, or a double amount of narcotism, may have remote effects different in kind from the effect of the smaller amount, reducing the case to that of heteropathic laws, discussed in the text.

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive

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