Definition of Correlativity
1. Noun. A reciprocal relation between two or more things.
Generic synonyms: Reciprocality, Reciprocity
Derivative terms: Correlate, Correlate, Correlational, Correlative, Correlative
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Literary usage of Correlativity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Psychology of Thinking by Irving Elgar Miller (1909)
"(3) correlativity of meaning and symbol. We can easily see now that meaning and symbol must be correlative. Each involves the other necessarily. ..."
2. Sensation and Intellection, Their Character and Their Function in the by Henry Webb Brewster (1893)
"HEGEL set forth the principle of correlativity in its true nature, except that, ... In applying the principle of correlativity to his doctrine of the ..."