I. WORDS EXPRESSING ABSTRACT RELATIONS
I. EXISTENCE
1. BEING, IN THE ABSTRACT
Existence.
Inexistence.
2. BEING, IN THE CONCRETE
Substantiality.
Unsubstantiality.
3. FORMAL EXISTENCE; Internal conditions
Intrinsicality.
3. FORMAL EXISTENCE; External conditions
Extrinsicality.
4. MODAL EXISTENCE; Absolute
State.
4. MODAL EXISTENCE; Relative
Circumstance.
II. RELATION
1. ABSOLUTE RELATION
Relation.
Irrelation. [Want, or absence of relation.]
1. ABSOLUTE RELATION; RELATIONS
Consanguinity. [Relations of kindred.]
Correlation. [Double or reciprocal relation.]
Identity.
Contrariety. [Noncoincidence.]
Difference.
2. CONTINUOUS RELATION
Uniformity.
3. PARTIAL RELATION
Nonuniformity. [Absence or want of uniformity.]
Similarity.
Dissimilarity.
Imitation.
Nonimitation.
Variation.
Copy. [Result of imitation.]
Prototype. [Thing copied.]
4. GENERAL RELATION
Agreement.
Disagreement.
III. QUANTITY
1. SIMPLE QUANTITY
Quantity. [Absolute quantity.]
Motion. [Successive change of place.]
2. COMPARATIVE QUANTITY
Equality. [Sameness of quantity or degree.]
Inequality. [Difference of quantity or degree.]
Mean.
Compensation.
2. COMPARATIVE QUANTITY; QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A STANDARD
Greatness.
Smallness.
2. COMPARATIVE QUANTITY; QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A SIMILAR OBJECT
Superiority.
2. COMPARATIVE QUANTITY; CHANGES IN QUANTITY
Inferiority.
Increase.
Nonincrease, Decrease.
3. CONJUNCTIVE QUANTITY
Addition.
Nonaddition.
Adjunct. [Thing added]
Remainder. [Thing remaining.]
Decrement. [Thing deducted.]
Mixture. [Forming a whole without coherence.]
Simpleness. [Freedom from mixture.]
Junction.
Disjunction.
Vinculum. [Connecting medium.]
Coherence.
Incoherence. [Want of adhesion, nonadhesion, immiscibility.]
Combination.
Decomposition.
4. CONCRETE QUANTITY
Whole.
Part.
Completeness.
Incompleteness.
Composition.
Exclusion.
Component.
Extraneousness.
IV. ORDER
1. ORDER
Order.
Disorder. [Absence, or want of Order,]
Complexity
Arrangement. [Reduction to Order.]
Derangement. [Subversion of Order; bringing into disorder.]
2. CONSECUTIVE ORDER
Precedence.
Sequence.
Precursor.
Sequel.
Beginning.
End.
Middle.
Continuity. [Uninterrupted sequence.]
Discontinuity. [Interrupted sequence.]
Term.
3. COLLECTIVE ORDER
Assemblage.
Nonassemblage.
Focus. [Place of meeting.]
4. DISTRIBUTIVE ORDER
Class.
Inclusion.
Exclusion.
Generality.
Speciality.
5. ORDER AS REGARDS CATEGORIES
Normality.
Multiformity.
Conformity.
Unconformity.
V. NUMBER
1. NUMBER, IN THE ABSTRACT
Number.
Numeration.
List.
2. DETERMINATE NUMBER
Unity. {opp. 100}
Accompaniment.
Duality.
Duplication.
Bisection. [Division into two parts.]
Triality.
Triplication.
Trisection. [Division into three parts.]
Quaternity.
Quadruplication.
Quadrisection. [Division into four parts.]
Five,
Quinquesection,
Plurality. {opp. 87} [More than one.]
3. Indeterminate Number
Fraction. [Less than one.]
Zero.
Multitude.
Fewness.
Repetition.
Infinity.
VI. TIME
1. ABSOLUTE TIME
Time.
Neverness.
Period. [Definite duration, or portion of time.]
Contingent
Course. [Indefinite duration.]
Diuturnity. [Long duration.]
Transientness. [Short duration.]
Perpetuity. [Endless duration.]
Instantaneity. [Point of time]
Chronometry. [Estimation, measurement, and record of time.]
Anachronism. [False estimate of time.]
2. RELATIVE TIME; Time with reference to Succession
Priority.
Posteriority.
The Present Time.
Different time. [Time different from the present.]
Synchronism.
Futurity. [Prospective time.]
Preterition. [Retrospective time.]
Newness.
Oldness.
Morning.
Evening.
Youth.
Age.
Infant.
Veteran.
Adolescence.
2. RELATIVE TIME; Time with reference to an Effect or Purpose
Earliness.
Punctuality
Lateness.
Occasion.
Untimeliness.
3. RECURRENT TIME
Frequency.
Infrequency.
Regularity of recurrence. Periodicity.
Irregularity of recurrence.
VII. CHANGE
1. SIMPLE CHANGE
Change. [Difference at different times.]
Permanence. [Absence of change.]
Cessation. [Change from action to rest.]
Continuance in action.
Conversion. [Gradual change to something different.]
Reversion.
Revolution. [Sudden or violent change.]
Substitution. [Change of one thing for another.]
Interchange. [Double or mutual change.]
2. COMPLEX CHANGE
Changeableness.
Stability.
2. COMPLEX CHANGE; Present Events
Eventuality.
2. COMPLEX CHANGE; Future Events
Destiny.
VIII. CAUSATION
1. CONSTANCY OF SEQUENCE IN EVENTS
Cause. [Constant antecedent.]
Effect. [Constant sequent.]
Attribution. [Assignment of cause.]
Chance. [Absence of assignable cause.]
2. CONNECTION BETWEEN CAUSE AND EFFECT
Power.
Impotence.
Strength. [Degree of power.]
Weakness.
3. POWER IN OPERATION
Production.
Destruction. [Nonproduction.]
Reproduction.
Producer.
Destroyer.
Paternity.
Posterity.
Productiveness
Unproductiveness.
Agency.
Physical
Physical
Violence.
Moderation.
4. Indirect Power
Influence.
Absence of Influence.
Tendency.
Liability.
5. Combinations of Causes
Concurrence.
Counteraction.
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