Definitions

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  • adjective of a class of things having many, but not all properties in common

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Religion calls for what we in the trade call a "polythetic" definition.

    Michael Ruse: Is Darwinism A Religion?

  • We are in the realms of Wittgenstiein's 'game', for inherent to the polythetic is the assertion that there is no single feature which all have in common.

    Cranmer

  • We are in the realms of Wittgenstiein's 'game', for inherent to the polythetic is the assertion that there is no single feature which all have in common.

    Anglican Mainstream

  • We are in the realms of Wittgenstiein's 'game', for inherent to the polythetic is the assertion that there is no single feature which all have in common.

    Cranmer

  • The polythetic form of the and delivers a maximum strength motion but since you are a womans cipro in australia daily routine.

    Nuestra Voice

  • The polythetic form of the and delivers a maximum strength motion but since you are a womans cipro in australia daily routine.

    RVABlogs

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