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haecceity meaning in Hindi

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  1. Haecceity ( from the Latin " haecceitas " ) is the idea of " thisness, " a concept which denotes the discrete qualities, properties or characteristics of a thing which make it a particular thing.
  2. Rather it is hoped that the haecceity of this enchiridion of arcane and recondite sesquipedalian items will appeal to the oniomania of an eximious Gemeinschaft whose legerity and sophrosyne, whose Sprachgef�hl and orexis will find more than fugacious fulfillment among its felicific pages.
  3. Quiddity was often contrasted by the scholastic philosophers with the haecceity or " thisness " of an item, which was supposed to be a positive characteristic of an individual that caused them to be " this " individual, and no other.
  4. There are only haecceities, affects, subjectless individuations that constitute collective assemblages . [ . . . ] We call this plane, which knows only longitudes and latitudes, speeds and haecceities, the plane of consistency or composition ( as opposed to a plan ( e ) of organization or development ) ."
  5. There are only haecceities, affects, subjectless individuations that constitute collective assemblages . [ . . . ] We call this plane, which knows only longitudes and latitudes, speeds and haecceities, the plane of consistency or composition ( as opposed to a plan ( e ) of organization or development ) ."
  6. Peirce interprets Scotus's idea of individuation or "'haecceity "'( thisness ) in terms of his own category of " secondness . " When we think of " this, " we are relating our pointing finger, for example, or a particular sense organ with another individual thing.
  7. In philosophy, "'essence "'is the attribute or set of attributes that make an entity or scholastic term quiddity ) or sometimes the shorter phrase " to ti esti " ( ?x ?? ???, literally meaning " the what it is " and corresponding to the scholastic term haecceity ) for the same idea.
  8. According to Deleuze and Guattari, " becoming is a verb with a consistency all its own; it does not reduce to, or lead back to, " appearing, " " being, " " equalizing, " or " producing . " " The becoming disrupts the imagination of the Western thought, organized in an arboreal, into a rhizomatic nature of haecceities.
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