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 relationism.
  • 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.

    Descartes' Physics

  • First he casts doubt on the possibility of giving a coherent interpretation to the relationist strand of relativism.

    Social Epistemology

  • 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".

    Larval Subjects .

  • Now what follows, in relation to this noble [ethical/political] concern, if you're an ontological relationist?

    Larval Subjects .

  • 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.

    Direct action gets the goods


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