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  • adj. That can be instantiated.


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  • Multiple inheritence by extending multiple abstract (or "instantiable") classes.

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  • 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.

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  • 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

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  • JRUBY-3118 Creating a subclass of MatchData that's instantiable blows up because there's no allocator

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  • 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.

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  • "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:

    Maverick Philosopher


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