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### Definition of Intensionally

**1.** [adv]

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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 ..."