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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reduplicate.

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  • Aristotle, for instance, argued that being qua being is the subject of metaphysics when a term reduplicates itself, this is called a reflexive reduplication; Leibniz's principles of identity presuppose reduplicative analysis; Anscombe has noted that her use of the phrase 'under the description' in discussing intention is reduplicative.

    The Traditional Analysis of Reduplicative Propositions

  • Aristotle, for instance, argued that being qua being is the subject of metaphysics when a term reduplicates itself, this is called a reflexive reduplication; Leibniz's principles of identity presuppose reduplicative analysis; Anscombe has noted that her use of the phrase 'under the description' in discussing intention is reduplicative.

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  • The male ego is a sexual persona (the Latin word for mask) - one of many personae adopted at different times and for different reasons by different people-that reduplicates itself in phallic monuments and skyscrapers (stairways to the sky, the sun, to Heaven), in religious doctrines that designate women as the servants of men, in plays were "shrews" are to be tamed.

    Taylor Marsh: David Brooks Fears First Lady's Biceps

  • Let it be known that this is what is going on in the work of the American Missionary Association constantly year by year, every year, as it reduplicates itself in every State of the South.

    The American Missionary — Volume 52, No. 2, June, 1898

  • Vauxhall on the water is of course more Vauxhall than ever, with the good fortune of home-made music and of a mirror that reduplicates and multiplies.

    Italian Hours

  • Art which reduplicates art is necessarily second-rate art.

    The Harbours of England

  • They are popularly supposed to be "true," and, at the worst, they are so, in the sense in which an echo is true to a conversation of which it omits the most important syllables and reduplicates the rest.

    On the Old Road Vol. 1 (of 2) A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays and Articles on Art and Literature

  • The production is exuberant with beautiful imagery, and I particularly loved the reference to Bernini's "Ecstasy of Saint Theresa of Avila", when Rinaldo, pierced by Cupid's spear, reduplicates the enraptured contortions of the Spanish mystic's famous statue.

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  • As Plato pointed out, art endlessly reduplicates things, producing copies and copies and copies of copies.

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  • As Plato pointed out, art endlessly reduplicates things, producing copies and copies and copies of copies.

    openDemocracy

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