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have been comprehensively studied. But the method used by Steno, as well as the way he has chosen to present his physiological results, have so far been neglected. Yet, Steno’s work follows a true synthetic order, which he conceives as a tool to separate uncertain anatomical “elements” from the

In: Early Science and Medicine

, and the synthetic order of his published discoveries, has maintained a persistent illusion about the real techniques he used in his mathematical research. In this paper we propose to examine different types of Huygens’ work, covering a period from his early formative years (1645-1646) under his

In: Revue de Synthèse

. Graham schließt seinen Text mit dem Satz: »There is no organic unity connecting the land site and the home: Both are wi- thout roots – separate parts in a larger, predetermined, synthetic order.« Dann folgt das Bild der Kitchen Trays, die diese ›synthetic order‹ im billigen Wegwerf­Material des

In: Was ist ein Bild? Antworten in Bildern

body of reformed theology.55 The Westminster confession took the synthetic order,56 starting, after an introductory chapter on the source of the knowledge of faith, with God and the Trinity and ending with the Last Judgement. This synthetic order used to deal with predestination in one of the first

In: A Companion to Reformed Orthodoxy

poetic metaphor, and since fiction is moving, however sluggishly, in the same direction, perhaps a certain seepage between the two streams is inevitable.2 Scientist and artist are alike in their attempt to "impose a synthetic order upon the chaos". It is this shared ability which Banville claims to

In: Visions of Alterity

according to different orders; whereas Plato and Avicenna used the synthetic order, Aristotle used the analytic order. Therefore, it is possible to use either order in teaching.86 However, this does not mean that one can use whichever order he happens to like: the choice is determined, not according to

In: Aristotle's Ethics in the Italian Renaissance (ca. 1300-1650)

and the spiritual interests of humankind have been neglected, a new direction was needed in which these elements could be synthesised. For Smuts there were two main forces in life: an ultimate synthetic, ordering, regulating and controlling force, for which he coined the term 'holism' ; and a growing

In: Religion and Theology

(resolutivus, compositivus, difinitivus) and concludes that in the Ethics Aristotle uses the synthetic order (ordo compositivus). After our discussion of the issue of order in Padua,127 this view­ point does not seem especially surprising, except for Betti's reluc­ tance to eliminate the ordo difinitivus, as

In: Aristotle's Ethics in the Italian Renaissance (ca. 1300-1650)

happens to be empirically true. Finally, Andrault insists that Steno’s Specimen, in contrast to, for example, Alfonso Borelli’s De motu animalium but also contrary to Steno’s own anatomical writings, follows a true synthetic order, where only the hypotheses necessary to the subsequent demonstrations

In: Early Science and Medicine

gradually absorbed into the established synthetic order of system, giving the scholastic dogmatics a more pronounced historical or economic counter- balance to the "vertical" causal motif in the system: see Franz Burmann, Synopsis theologiae, & speciatim oeconomiae foederum Dei (Geneva, 1678); J. H

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History