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Definition of Extendedness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Extendedness
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1. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society by Aristotelian Society (Great Britain) (1906)
"extendedness, then the latter can by no means be regarded as logically posterior to the former, and, in however dim and crude a ..."
2. The Andover Review edited by Egbert Coffin Smyth, William Jewett Tucker, John Wesley Churchill, George Harris, Edward Young Hincks (1890)
"The greatness of a soul consists not in any extension, but in its comprehensiveness of idea, and extendedness of operation. ..."
3. The Concept of Consciousness by Edwin Bissell Holt (1914)
"A convenient picture of this extendedness and movement in space, and an admissible ... A picture of the extendedness and movement of consciousness in time ..."
4. The Teacher's Handbook of Psychology: On the Basis of "Outlines of Psychology." by James Sully (1886)
"In the second place, this local discrimination forms the foundation of the tactile knowledge of what is called extension, or the extendedness of outer ..."
5. Letters on the philosophy of the human mind: First Series by Samuel Bailey (1855)
"It denotes the quality of being extended, and might indeed be replaced by the word extendedness* It can do nothing beyond raising up in the mind the image ..."
6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"Just as extendedness is the basis for answers to "How far?" and intensiveness for "How much?", so progressiveness is the basis for the answers to " How long ..."
7. The Works of President Edwards ...: With a Memoir of His Life by Jonathan Edwards, David Brainerd (1830)
"... there is no extension, for extension is the extendedness of solidity. Then, all figure, and magnitude, and proportion, immediately cease. ..."