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- adj. That can be instantiated.
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Multiple inheritence by extending multiple abstract (or "instantiable") classes.
We have, through the long and complicated processes of teleological argument, abstracted from a class called God, which was assumed to be multiply instantiable in objects called gods, to another class, also called God, which is assumed to be only singularly instantiable.
Rather than being themselves instantiable they are the kind of thing in which instantiations occur, e.g. wisdom is instantiated in Socrates, but Socrates himself cannot be instantiated in anything.
• Integrated mixing and deep instantiable DSP processing w/basic plug-in bundle
JRUBY-3118 Creating a subclass of MatchData that's instantiable blows up because there's no allocator
It is an extensibility indicator of the package: It belongs to the "Size" domain of Sonar. cc, Concrete Class Count (instantiable) in a package. ac, Abstract Class (and Interface) Count in a pakage: It belongs to the "Size" domain of Sonar. ca, Afferent Couplings.
"Existence is a perfectly good property, only a property instantiable not by individuals but by offices capable of being filled by individuals." (p. 407) As I see it, the difference between Frege and Tichý is merely terminological: