Noun(1) (chemistry(2) a singular metaphysical entity from which material properties are said to derive(3) (biology, especially a flagellate protozoan
(1) Should this hoopla be considered as a whole, as an indivisible monad ?(2) We may then suppose that the ancestral form was a monad with a theca which, in some progeny, assumed the form found in the Apusozoa.(3) They can hide inner feelings of a monadic existence, while the rest of the world seems to cruise carefree.(4) Now a partless, or indivisible entity does not necessarily have to be infinitesimal: souls, individual consciousnesses, and Leibnizian monads all supposedly lack parts but are surely not infinitesimal.(5) Pollen, in monads or tetrads, is presented in the anthers, adhering to the anther by means of pollenkitt or elastoviscin until collected.(6) Traditionally qualia have regarded as intrinsic, private, ineffable monadic features of experience, but current theories of qualia often reject at least some of those commitments.(7) Communication is each monadic individual reaching beyond the limits of their self-enclosed individual existence of I = I.(8) His most visually splintered work raises what is in part a political question: what holds these linguistic monads together?(9) Rejecting Leibnizian monadism , he favoured the Cartesian doctrine that the universe is filled with a continuous ethereal fluid.(10) The same physical qualities characterize the kind of subjectivity that we would name, variously, Cartesian monadism , Enlightenment individualism or autonomous egotism.(11) Engels sees this process of the endless movement of crowds as emblematic of the dissolution of humankind into a race of monads , of individuals reduced to selfish atoms in a world of atoms.(12) What ultimately undermines the presentation of these seemingly monadic fragments of a stable Cartesian subjectivity in this text is its material referent - the place memorialised as the location of writing.(13) Thus this reality cannot be the sheer resultant of the juxtaposition of individuals who are monads , totally self-sufficient and self-referring entities, with respect to one another.(14) According to Leibniz, the world is made up of indivisible, but nevertheless complex, self-sufficient units that he called monads .(15) Thus the natural view of change is that real, metaphysical change in a thing would be change in the monadic or internal or intrinsic properties of the thing.(16) Pollen grains may be released as monads , tetrads or polyads.
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