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- Customary or conventional: applied to the present mode of English spelling: opposed to Glossic or phonetic.
- noun The customary or conventional English spelling. See
- Of or pertaining to a nome. See
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- adjective Customary; ordinary; -- applied to the usual English spelling, in distinction from strictly phonetic methods.
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Are they identity relations that are contingently necessary or will some sort of weaker relation, such as nomic coextensivity, suffice?
Stated more generally, both the DN and IS models, share the common idea that, as Salmon (1989) puts it, “the essence of scientific explanation can be described as nomic expectability ” that is expectability on the basis of lawful connections” (1989, p. 57).
Auto nomic urge, like a precious calico cat who starts power sneezing, fourteen straight in a lick, it's sick and you can't help but worry.
Economists warn it could put a brake on the euro zone's eco nomic recovery.
No one, not even the unhinged anti-Muslim types on the right, is blaming Muslims for America's current eco nomic difficulties.
A law is a second-order relation of nomic necessitation (N, for short) holding among two or more first-order properties.
If N-relation accounts are on the right track, there is a reasonably rich realm of properties that is structured by one or more nomic relations.
That is true, we see that x exists (empirical correlation), yet we don't know the cause of x (nomic necessity-that y always causes x).
Fulks isn't sure whether he'll release the music on CD, but says this is not just an eco-nomic experiment.
And if the properties F and G stand in a nomic relation, then the properties themselves (and not merely their instances) are related in a law-like way.