• (n.) A modal relation or quality; a mode or point of view under which an object presents itself to the mind. According to Kant, the quality of propositions, as assertory, problematical, or apodeictic. • (n.) The quality or state of being modal.
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in logic, the classification of logical propositions according to their asserting or denying the possibility, impossibility, contingency, or ... [4 related articles]
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Method or procedure. WTO documents speak of modalities of negotiations, i.e., how the negotiations are to be conducted.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: mō-dal′i-tē Definitions: 1. A form of application or employment of a therapeutic agent or regimen. 2. Various forms of sensation, touch, vision, etc.
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[theology] Modality in Protestant and Catholic Christian theology, is the structure and organization of the local or universal church. In Catholic theology, the modality is the universal Catholic church. In Protestant theology, the modality is variously described as either the universal chur...
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[semiotics] In semiotics, a modality is a particular way in which the information is to be encoded for presentation to humans, i.e. to the type of sign and to the status of reality ascribed to or claimed by a sign, text or genre. It is more closely associated with the semiotics of Charles Pe...
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[human–computer interaction] In human–computer interaction, a modality is the general class of: In less formal terms, a modality is a path of communication between the human and the computer. When multiple modalities are available for some tasks or parts of tasks, the system is said to h...
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(Kant. Ger. Modalität) Concerning the mode -- actuality, possibility or necessity -- in which anything exists. Kant treated these as a priori categories or necessary conditions of experience, though in his formulation they are little more than definitions. See Kantianism. -- O.F.K. Modality is the ...
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Latin modus = mode; hence, a form of sensation - e.g. touch, pain, sight.
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A method of treatment. For example, surgery and chemotherapy are treatment modalities.
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1) Logical relation 2) Mode
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