constitutive

[ kon-sti-too-tiv, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF constitutive

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They are constitutive of non-linear forms of complementarity.

If the former, then christianity hath its constitutive parts, by which it is what it is.

If so, should not the pars regens which is constitutive have been put in?

Though not constitutive, yet are they regulative principles.

But is it not the electrical relatedness that is constitutive of the atom as such?

This constitutive mode of relatedness is, however, just taken for granted.

The hypothetical exercise of reason by the aid of ideas employed as problematical conceptions is properly not constitutive.

Nevertheless, we cannot find the constitutive principle of the Church in the sacraments alone.

A certain theory is seen to be essential to the fact, a certain theology to be the constitutive force in the religion.

Reason is not, according to Spinoza, a constitutive power in man's life; it is a regulative principle.

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