predication

[ verb pred-i-keyt; adjective, noun pred-i-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF predication

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Again, in every predication there is an attribution of singular or plural.

Major premise: All men are mortal, a predication about all men.

Predication, as Aristotle saw, is as various as the categories of being.

Predication is a dynamic term indicating the act of predicating.

But the two terms "subject" and "predication" are not co-ordinate.

Mr. Spencer does the very thing he forbids us to do, in making this predication.

Bain follows Mill in treating this as the final import of Predication.

In all these cases the subject of the predication is an entire proposition.

Obviously of such a Mind as this no predication is logically possible.

Nothing was there said (as nothing was needed) of the relations that might be implied in the predication.

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