Predicable

Pred'i·ca·ble adjective [ Confer French prédicable , Latin praedicabilis praiseworthy. See Predicate .] Capable of being predicated or affirmed of something; affirmable; attributable.
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Predicable

• (n.) One of the five most general relations of attributes involved in logical arrangements, namely, genus, species, difference, property, and accident. • (a.) Capable of being predicated or affirmed of something; affirmable; attributable. • (n.) Anything affirmable of another; especially, a general attribute or notion as affirmable...
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predicable

in logic, something that may be predicated, especially, as listed in Boethius` Latin version of Porphyry`s Isagoge, one of the five most general ...
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predicable

predicable 1. One of the five most general relations of attributes involved in Aristotelian logical arrangements, namely: genus, species, difference, property, and accident. 2. That which can be stated or that can be said about someone or something. 3. A quality or attribute by which someone or something can be described.
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Predicable

Predicable (Lat. praedicabilis, that which may be stated or affirmed, sometimes called quinque voces or five words) is, in scholastic logic, a term applied to a classification of the possible relations in which a predicate may stand to its subject. It is not to be confused with `praedicamenta`, the schoolmen`s term for Aristotle`s ten Categori...
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