Keyword: Virtual

Dictionary Entry | Posted 10/03/2016
Quote from "The Basis of Pragmaticism. Meditation the First"

a “virtual x,” where x stands for a common noun, means something which is not an x, but which has, for whatever purpose may be...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 23/11/2015
Quote from "Essays Toward the Interpretation of our Thoughts. My Pragmatism"

“Virtual,” followed by any common noun, say ‘N,’ makes an appellative phrase which denotes anything which, while it is not an ‘N,’ has, nevertheless, the...

Encyclopedia Article | Posted 10/01/2013
Esposito, Joseph: "Virtuality"

Over the past five centuries the word virtuality (vertualyte, virtualitas) has been used to denote a power, a potentiality, and an embodiment or essence as a certain...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "Virtual"

(1) A virtual X (where X is a common noun) is something, not an X, which has the efficiency (virtus) of an X.