abstract objects

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  • For example, one might hold that numbers are particular yet abstract objects.
  • In fact, an individual nature was more like a concrete object than an abstract object.
  • Stage or stages is an abstract object often associated with either theater and scene or point of progress.
  • Since these are all mental, abstract objects, they only exist in the minds of people who think about them.
  • We cannot separate or abstract objects and their qualities from our perception of them.
  • The "type" that it is a part of, is in itself an abstract object.
  • One may abstract objects, but also -- and more typically -- relations, and processes of change.
  • Every object and entity is a part of everything, including all physical bodies and in some cases all abstract objects.
  • It may be described as treating actions themselves as abstract objects, putting value to them.
  • Furthermore, God was always in close relation to these abstract objects, too.
  • Command is an abstract object that only has a single abstract Execute method.
  • The other version specifically denies the existence of abstract objects - objects that do not exist in space and time.
  • The study of abstract objects is called abstract object theory.
  • The study of abstract objects is called abstract object theory.
  • The domain of the wave function is configuration space, an abstract object quite different from ordinary physical space-time.
  • His argument runs as follows: Necessarily, there are some abstract objects, such as numbers.
  • Abstract objects cannot be placed inside physical devices; with computers one can only represent text and act upon those representations. Cited from LOC Workshop on eBooks, US Library of Congress
  • One who studies abstract object theory is called an abstract theorist.
  • This contrasts with abstract objects such as mathematical objects which do not exist at any particular time or place.
  • The object with instrinsic value, the end, may be both a concrete object or an abstract object.
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