from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A relative; a relation.
- noun An adherent of the doctrine of relationism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A relative; a relation.
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- noun A subscriber to
- noun obsolete A
relative; a relation.
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These weaker relationist strategies (or even non-relational, absolutist interpretations) of Descartes 'physics come at a high price, however, since the reciprocity of transfer thesis must be abandoned.
First he casts doubt on the possibility of giving a coherent interpretation to the relationist strand of relativism.
Again, I think a number of these debates arise on the relationist end from treating the concept of objects in terms of ordinary language connotations of the word "object".
Now what follows, in relation to this noble [ethical/political] concern, if you're an ontological relationist?
So I guess you could say Chicago has one half of the same East Coast dynamic in which NEFAC exists, and then there’s the Crimethinc/punk/relationist stuff, but not a lot of primitivism.