Lexicographical Neighbors of Intuitable
Literary usage of Intuitable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"There is but one other way in which it could have obtained, namely, by notice of addition of a unit to the highest intuitable number. ..."
2. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"Seemings of inconsistency are either intuitable or ... That of the opposite of an axiom is intuitable ..."
3. Logic by Christoph Sigwart (1895)
"Nor is it any objection that we can form no intuitable picture of what takes place ; it is a mistake to think that the principles of mechanics, for instance ..."
4. History of Modern Philosophy from Nicolas of Cusa to the Present Time by Richard Falckenberg, Andrew Campbell Armstrong (1897)
"Now they are regarded as entirely heterogeneous (that which can never be intuited exists in a mode opposed to that of the intuited and intuitable), ..."
5. The Existential Import of Categorical Predication: Studies in Logic by Abraham Wolf (1905)
"Perceptible " and " intuitable " are, however, general terms. ... All real things are perceptible or intuitable; but not all in the same way. ..."
6. The Philosophy of Religion by Harald Høffding, B. Ethel Meyer (1914)
"... only flourish in a community in which the- need of communication finds vent, and can invest imagination with life and power to produce intuitable forms. ..."
7. The Classical Psychologists: Selections Illustrating Psychology from by Benjamin Rand (1912)
"... it is rather to be assumed that a much less intuitable system of mental presentations of time, of the magnitude of motion, and of the exertion which is ..."