It is how Diotima converses with Socrates.
Down at the morgue, he converses with a corpse, saying, “You can talk to me.
Meanwhile, Pecola converses with an unidentified person—presumably, herself—about her new blue eyes, which she still thinks “aren’t blue enough.”
The French village, wrote Roupnel, is a place of conviviality, but “over there, in the fields, the individual converses with silence, fed by dreams and solitude.”
But this conflicts with Converses which tells us these relations are distinct.
Louboutin traded his Converses for a pair of heavy boots, and we went outside.
Withdrawn and dishevelled, her eyes shining fiercely, she converses with her demon.
In an episode titled “Finales,” Dudamel converses with the Mexican film director Alejandro Iñárritu.
Routley 1978) and which may be viewed, in addition with their converses, as capturing Chrysippus’ idea:
Every man forms such judgments of those he converses with; and the common affairs of life depend upon such judgments.
“I love you,” Sting says, full-eyed, to her mother, as she, Sting, is wheeled away in a hospital gown and Converses for an ultrasound.
The sister of the mugging victim converses briefly with her at a gallery event and then, smitten, e-mails a mutual friend, requesting to be put in touch.
His father was Flemish, so he speaks fluent Dutch, but he was educated in French, and converses with his British wife in English and his children in Dutch and French.
While unitization and differentiation are converses, the one unifying and the other distinguishing, Goldstone and Byrge also conceive of them as “flip sides of the same coin” (2015: 823).
Metge also wrote Lo somni (c. 1409; The Dream of Bernat Metge) in the tradition of medieval fantasy literature; the narrator converses with mythological characters and with the dead John I, who, from purgatory, exculpates Metge.
Thus, Homer’s careful description of how Achilles dresses for battle, how he dons each piece of armour, how he mounts his chariot and addresses his horses, has a verisimilitude that remains undestroyed when his horse converses with him.
A host of frequency terms such as “frequently” (frequenter), “more frequently” (ut frequentius) and “for the most part” (ut in pluribus), or their converses such as “rarely” (ut in paucioribus), often accompanied ascriptions of probability in medieval scholasticism.
A single running system might control two distinct agents, or physical robots, simultaneously, one of which converses only in Chinese and one of which can converse only in English, and which otherwise manifest very different personalities, memories, and cognitive abilities.
Thus, the Diagram, here given, exhibits the two Classes, whose respective Attributes are x and y, as so related to each other that the following Propositions are all simultaneously true:—“All x are y”, “No x are not-y”, “Some x are y”, “Some y are not-x”, “Some not-y are not-x”, and, of course, the Converses of the last four.
Taken from student notes of a 1929–30 lecture course ‘Elementary Outline of Ontology’, they comprise one axiom, 59 definitions and 633 listed (not proved) theorems, covering syllogistic, Boolean algebra, the notions of property(-predicate) and higher-order property, relations, higher-order epsilons, and several chunks of the theory of relations including converses, fields and relative products, as known from Peirce, Schröder, Whitehead and Russell.
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Taken from student notes of a 1929–30 lecture course Elementary Outline of Ontology they comprise one axiom 59 definitions and 633 listed not proved theorems covering syllogistic Boolean algebra the notions of property-predicate and higher-order property relations higher-order epsilons and several chunks of the theory of relations including converses fields and relative products as known from Peirce Schröder Whitehead and Russell