 About 6,650,000 results  books.google.com And, of course, if a thing has one such attribute, then it has many. (If the tallest
man is wise, then only he has the attribute of being both the tallest and wise.) D2
A oneterm relation is an attribute that does not possibly order anything D3 A ... 

 books.google.com It is sometimes said that the intentional relation could not possibly hold between
an existent and a nonexistent because this would mean that it would have to be
a relation with only one term, and a oneterm relation is simply an absurdity. 

 books.google.com But when we assert that the intentional relation can connect an idea with a
nonexistent object, we do not imply that it is such a oneterm relation and, hence,
an absurdity. The intentional nexus is a twoterm relation. But, and this is the crux
of ... 

 books.google.com Thus he implies that there isat least one relation, the intentional relation between
presentation and object, which canhold even if oneofits terms isnotan existent.
This viewagrees verynicely with thepreviously mentioned assumption that ... 

 books.google.com There is between any two terms of our collection a relation which is a power of R
less than the nth. Let the relation between a and d be Rx, that between a and m
Rv. Then if x is less than y, we assign one sense to adm ; if x is greater than y, we
... 

 books.google.com There is between any two terms of our collection a relation which is a power of R
less than the nth. Let the relation between a and d be Rx, that between a and m
Rv. Then if x is less than y, we assign one sense to adm ; if x is greater than y, we
... 

 books.google.com Including many quotes from people in longterm AS relationships, the book describes many positive solutions that have worked for other couples. 

 books.google.com This seems like a definition of 2 in terms of 1 and addition. Two additions of 1's
give 3, and so on. This view, however, gives too much importance to addition. It
treats addition as a relation or a combination, and we have seen that addition is,
... 

 books.google.com A relation, it appears, must be at least dyadic, must affect at least two terms at a
time. But suppose, just by way of using all possibilities, there were a relation
which affected only one term at a time, so that every term in the universe either
had it ... 

 books.google.com which is a fact composed of one thing ('term') and a quality, the second, two terms
and a diadic relation, the third, three terms and a triadic relation, etc. The
propositions expressing these facts form a corresponding hierarchy and are
called ... 

 