Translation of ontological in Spanish:

ontological

ontológico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɑn(t)əˈlɑdʒək(ə)l/ /ɒntəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/

adjective

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    ontológico
    • Along the way, she considers the ontological paradox of self-invention and quotes Foucault.
    • Platonism is the intellectual understanding of the ontological status of the good.
    • First, the religious concepts violate certain expectations from ontological categories.
    • In this chapter I examine one of the most fundamental of all ontological distinctions: the distinction between universals and particulars.
    • Ontological dependence is a relation - or, more accurately, a family of relations - between entities or beings.
    • But exile also means his understanding that the ontological and fundamental condition of man is always to live one's life alone.
    • Hartmann was an ontological realist who had moved away from idealism under the influence of Husserl's Logical Investigations.
    • Wharton searched in religion and philosophy for answers to pressing metaphysical and ontological questions.
    • The basic ontological question is simply, what is music?
    • The placard reinforced the ethical, ontological and epistemological premises on which Browne's work is based.