Sentence Examples

  • Pleasure in itself is unqualified, and affords no differentia.
  • The major premise of syllogism, says the Pyrrhonist, is established inductively from the particular ' 'Errt4 opcc. = " in " as in i raywyi 7, inductio, and - 40pa = - ferentia, as in 8eoopa, differentia.
  • It is this definitely rational tone that constitutes the differentia of the teaching of the sages.
  • 17-25): definition (6pos), genus (yEvos), differentia (b&a40pa), property (i&eov), accident (avµ(3e(3771c6s).
  • (3) Differentia is that part of the essence which distinguishes one species from another.