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Definition of Intensionally
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Literary usage of Intensionally
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1. Space, Time, and Deity: The Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1916-1918 by Samuel Alexander (1920)
"Things are grouped extensionally into classes ; intensionally they are connected by their common nature. Number is therefore for the mathematician described ..."
2. The Principles of Logic by Francis Herbert Bradley (1883)
"If again you emphasize the connection of the differences, you take the judgment intensionally. It is not true that every judgment is naturally read in both ..."
3. The Notion of Number and the Notion of Class by Richard Allen Arms (1917)
"... "Particular classes, except when they happen to be finite, can only be defined intensionally, ie, as the objects denoted by such and such concepts. ..."
4. The Paradoxes of Mr. Russell by Edwin Ray Guthrie (1915)
"... but that the totality of the values should be given intensionally, so that, concerning any assigned object it is at least theoretically determinate ..."
5. The Praxis of Alain Badiou by Paul Ashton, A J Bartlett, Justin Clemens (2006)
"nite sets, but as intensionally determined, infinitely proceeding sequences. The intuitionist continuum is now constructed as follows: we begin by assuming ..."