Categories Nocturnal Instincts Grand Glow Mouse, Grey: Unlock their hunting instinctOne 2"L x 2"W x 1"H glow mouse2AG3/SG3/LR41 batteries includedBattery mouse toy is imported
Categories Glow Tail Wand: Soft, long tail with bright LED lights insideChoose 3 different light speedsCaptivate and stimulate your cat
Sprong Dog Toys, 1.0 Count: Unique soft rubber foam materialModern 3D fun shapesSuper bouncy and squishyVelvety fuzzy flocking wears after playVariety of colorsFloating dog toys for pool playSqueaky sound dogs enjoy1 count package
No Categories 2: Ubiquity Compilation / Various
No Categories 3: Ubiquity Compilation / Various (Vinyl)
Notes on: Straight Prose, Journalism, Intellectual Portraiture, Alternative, Exposition, Autohistoriography, Memoir, Political Commentary, Public Intellectual, Critical Policeperson, Literary Demolition, Arts History, Curating Exhibitions, Social History,
Scattergories Categories: Fast-paced game for 2 to 4 playersScattergories Card Game for ages 12 years and upContents include 125 cards containing 250 word challenges, 2-minute sand timer, 4 pads of player score sheets, plastic card base and rulesExcellent game for all the familyProvides a fun twist on the original game
Categories Flutter Flyer, Blue: The perfect toy to keep your cat entertained for hoursUnlock their hunting instinctThis package contains one 6" x 5" x 2" flutter flyer
ATU1092FeaturesCategories language cardsKids sort and classify as they find and match the 3 photo cards in each categoryContains 13 categoriesDesigned to help reinforce discrimination and communication skillsCategory: Early Development ToysMinimum Age Requirement: 2 Years And Up Generic DimensionsOverall dimensions: 6" H x 6" W x 1" DCards dimensions: 6" W x 5.
Hardcover, Oxford University Press, 1936, ISBN13 9780198145073, ISBN10 0198145071
Jewish Educational Toys Category Maven: Great fun party game for adultsFamily bonding gameFor 2-6 players120 categoriesEducational toyJewish-themed
Aristotle's categories and de interpretatione
Thomas C. Vinci aims to reveal and assess the structure of Kant's argument in the Critique of Pure Reason called the "Transcendental Deduction of the Categories." At the end of the first part of the Deduction in the B-edition Kant states that his purpose is achieved: to show that all intuitions in general are subject to the categories. On the standard reading, this means that all of our mental representations, including those originating in sense-experience, are structured by conceptualization.
This volume studies the origin and evolution of philosophical interest in Aristotle's Categories. After centuries of neglect, the Categories became the focus of philosophical discussion in the first century BCE, and was subsequently adopted as the basic introductory textbook for philosophy in the Aristotelian and Platonic traditions. In this study, Michael Griffin builds on earlier work to reconstruct the fragments of the earliest commentaries on the treatise, and illuminates the earliest arguments for Aristotle's approach to logic as the foundation of higher education.
E.J. Lowe, a prominent figure in contemporary metaphysics, sets out and defends his theory of what there is. His four-category ontology is a metaphysical system which recognizes four fundamental categories of beings: substantial and non-substantial particulars and substantial and non-substantial universals. Lowe argues that this system has an explanatory power which is unrivaled by more parsimonious theories and that this counts decisively in its favor.
Hardcover, Brill Academic Pub, 2008, ISBN13 9789004167520, ISBN10 9004167528