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Definition of Relationally
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Literary usage of Relationally
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1. Whole Life Cycle of Chromosomes and Their Coiling Systems: Transactions, APS by L. R. Cleveland (2008)
"The three chromosomes are each composed of two relationally coiled ... Four chromatids are present and each is composed of two relationally coiled half ..."
2. Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of Thought, Or by James Mark Baldwin (1908)
"Conditional meaning may again be of the character of what is not yet relationally determined, a matter of discovery, called in our discussions ..."
3. The Theological and Literary Journal (1850)
"... both God and men are exhibited and contemplated relationally ; or in the forms of what he calls the understanding, or logical consciousness ; God as ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1872)
"To say that men are relationally insane, is, in reality, the same thing as to say that they are relationally sane, which last all admit, for it is certainly ..."
5. The Way Out of Agnosticism: Or, The Philosophy of Free Religion by Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1890)
"Every family must be relationally constituted in order either to be a family or to be known as one; every genus must be relationally constituted in order ..."
6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"relationally this may be called a world of law and necessity, where causation reigns supreme, or we may postulate freedom which may be itself a true cause. ..."
7. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"... of completing the monistic account of nature, and revealing that cosmic unity which the accumulate when relationally interpreted, already disclose. ..."