Definition of Subsumable

1. a. Capable of being subsumed.



Definition of Subsumable

1. Adjective. That can be subsumed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Subsumable

1. [adj]

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Literary usage of Subsumable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Concepts and Theories of Modern Physics by John Bernhard Stallo (1884)
"Then it must be subsumable, in conformity with his rule, under a still higher concept, which, ex vi termini, it is not, being itself the highest. ..."

2. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"It may, indeed, be plausibly argued that every premised relation must, or may, be subsumable under one more comprehensive. Even the argument from the ..."

3. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"It may, indeed, be plausibly argued that every premised relation must, or may, be subsumable under one more comprehensive. Even the argument from the ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"Not only then are the individual variations so slight as to be negligible, but they are so irregular and inconstant as to be subsumable under no general ..."

5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1903)
"It is evident from this, then, that in each case the classes are subsumable under one and the same genus which is made up of the conferentia that exist side ..."

6. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1885)
"... causality (into which all the Kantian categories are really subsumable) must be seen to involve space and time—to contain them ideally as the terms, ..."

7. Samuelis Rachelii ... De Jure Naturae Et Gentium Dissertationes by Samuel Rachel, Ludwig von Bar, John Pawley Bate (1916)
"... when these persons realized that the matters in question were not subsumable under the Law of Nature properly so called, the custom began of dividing ..."

8. Logic: In Three Books, of Thought, of Investigation, and of Knowledge by Hermann Lotze (1888)
"... that different subjects, though otherwise quite foreign to one another and not subsumable under any common generic concept, are nevertheless, ..."

9. The Concepts and Theories of Modern Physics by John Bernhard Stallo (1884)
"Then it must be subsumable, in conformity with his rule, under a still higher concept, which, ex vi termini, it is not, being itself the highest. ..."

10. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"It may, indeed, be plausibly argued that every premised relation must, or may, be subsumable under one more comprehensive. Even the argument from the ..."

11. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"It may, indeed, be plausibly argued that every premised relation must, or may, be subsumable under one more comprehensive. Even the argument from the ..."

12. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"Not only then are the individual variations so slight as to be negligible, but they are so irregular and inconstant as to be subsumable under no general ..."

13. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1903)
"It is evident from this, then, that in each case the classes are subsumable under one and the same genus which is made up of the conferentia that exist side ..."

14. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1885)
"... causality (into which all the Kantian categories are really subsumable) must be seen to involve space and time—to contain them ideally as the terms, ..."

15. Samuelis Rachelii ... De Jure Naturae Et Gentium Dissertationes by Samuel Rachel, Ludwig von Bar, John Pawley Bate (1916)
"... when these persons realized that the matters in question were not subsumable under the Law of Nature properly so called, the custom began of dividing ..."

16. Logic: In Three Books, of Thought, of Investigation, and of Knowledge by Hermann Lotze (1888)
"... that different subjects, though otherwise quite foreign to one another and not subsumable under any common generic concept, are nevertheless, ..."

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