object-matter

  • 1object matter — noun : subject matter …

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  • 3Object-oriented ontology — (OOO) is a metaphysical movement that rejects the privileging of human existence over the existence of nonhuman objects.[1] Specifically, object oriented ontology opposes the anthropocentrism of Immanuel Kant s Copernican Revolution, whereby… …

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  • 4Matter — • Taking the term in its widest sense, matter signifies that out of which anything is made or composed Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Matter     Matter      …

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  • 5matter — mat·ter n 1: a subject of consideration, disagreement, or litigation: as a: a legal case, dispute, or issue a matter within the court s jurisdiction often used in titles of legal proceedings matter of Doe see also in re b …

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  • 6matter — n 1 Matter, substance, material, stuff are comparable when they mean what goes into the makeup or forms the being of a thing whether physical or not. In the relevant sense matter basically denotes that of which all physical objects are made, but… …

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  • 7object — ob·ject 1 / äb jikt/ n 1: something toward which thought, feeling, or action is directed see also natural object 2: the purpose or goal of something; esp in the civil law of Louisiana: the purpose for which a contract or obligation is formed… …

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  • 8matter — [n1] substance amount, being, body, constituents, corporeality, corporeity, element, entity, individual, material, materialness, object, phenomenon, physical world, protoplasm, quantity, stuff, substantiality, sum, thing; concepts 407,433,470 Ant …

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  • 9object# — object n 1 *thing, article Analogous words: *affair, concern, matter, thing: *form, figure, shape, configuration 2 objective, goal, end, aim, design, purpose, *intention, intent Analogous words: * …

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  • 10object — [n1] thing able to be seen/felt/perceived article, body, bulk, commodity, doodad*, doohickey*, entity, fact, gadget, gizmo*, item, mass, matter, phenomenon, reality, something, substance, thingamajig*, volume, whatchamacallit*, widget*; concept… …

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  • 11Matter (philosophy) — This article is about matter in philosophy. For other uses, see Matter (disambiguation). Matter is the substrate from which physical existence is derived, remaining more or less constant amid changes. anything that occupies space and has mass and …

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  • 12Matter — This article is about the concept in the physical sciences. For other uses, see Matter (disambiguation). Matter is a general term for the substance of which all physical objects consist.[1][2] Typically, matter includes atoms and other particles… …

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  • 13Object theory — For the concept of objects in philosophy, see Object (philosophy). Object theory is a theory in philosophy and mathematical logic concerning objects and the statements that can be made about objects. Contents 1 An informal theory 2 Objects 3 A… …

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  • 14Matter wave — This article is about the quantum mechanical concept of all matter having a duality model as a wave. For the ordinary type of wave propagating through material media, see Mechanical wave. In quantum mechanics, a matter wave or de Broglie wave (… …

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  • 15object — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin objectum, from Latin, neuter of objectus, past participle of obicere to throw in the way, present, hinder, from ob in the way + jacere to throw more at ob , jet Date: 14th century 1. a.… …

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  • 16matter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. substance, material; subject, topic, business; affair; cause, ground; predicament, difficulty. v. i. signify, import; count. See importance, thought. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Substance] Syn. body,… …

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  • 17matter and form —    These words (from the Latin materia, meaning substance of an object or the inner wood of a tree, andforma, meaning form ) refer, in Aristotelian philosophy, to the stuff out of which an object is made (matter) and the way in which an object is …

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  • 18Object-relational impedance mismatch — The object relational impedance mismatch is a set of conceptual and technical difficulties that are often encountered when a relational database management system (RDBMS) is being used by a program written in an object oriented programming… …

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  • 19matter — matterful, adj. matterless, adj. /mat euhr/, n. 1. the substance or substances of which any physical object consists or is composed: the matter of which the earth is made. 2. physical or corporeal substance in general, whether solid, liquid, or… …

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  • 20Object (philosophy) — Philosophy ( …

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