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Dichotomy

A dichotomy is a partition of a whole into two parts. In other words, this couple of parts must be mutually exclusive: nothing can belong simultaneously to both parts. jointly exhaustive: everything must belong to one part or the other, and Such a partition is also frequently called a bipartition. The two parts thus formed are complements. In logic, the partitions are opposites if there exists a proposition such that it holds over one and not the other. Treating continuous variables or multicategorical variables as binary variables is called dichotomization. The discretization error inhere ...

Auto-antonym

An auto-antonym or autantonym, also called a contronym, contranym or Janus word, is a word with multiple meanings of which one is the reverse of another. For example, the word cleave can mean "to cut apart" or "to bind together". This phenomenon is called enantiosemy, enantionymy, antilogy or autantonymy. An enantiosemic term is necessarily polysemic.

Binary opposition

A binary opposition is a pair of related terms or concepts that are opposite in meaning. Binary opposition is the system of language and/or thought by which two theoretical opposites are strictly defined and set off against one another. It is the contrast between two mutually exclusive terms, such as on and off, up and down, left and right. Binary opposition is an important concept of structuralism, which sees such distinctions as fundamental to all language and thought. In structuralism, a binary opposition is seen as a fundamental organizer of human philosophy, culture, and language. Bin ...

Black-and-white dualism

The contrast of white and black has a long tradition of metaphorical usage, traceable to the Ancient Near East, and explicitly in the Pythagorean Table of Opposites. In Western culture as well as in Confucianism, the contrast symbolizes the moral dichotomy of good and evil.

Bodymind

Bodymind is an approach to understand the relationship between the human body and mind in which they are seen as a single integrated unit. It attempts to address the mind–body problem and resists the Western traditions of mind–body dualism and dualism. The term bodymind is also typically seen and encountered in disability studies, referring to the intricate and often times inseparable relationship between the body and the mind, and how these two units might act as one. The field of psychosomatic medicine investigates this concept.

Caveman Principles

Caveman Principles is a book by Carl Rosier-Jones. It was published in the UK by Filament Publishing of London in November 2015. The book was designed and written to deliver a different look at stress in a simple and humorous format. There are currently 3 Principles, all of which are based on the fact that we are evolved Cavemen. Carls theories are based on the fact that stress is a result of a natural human response. Concentrating on the fight or flight principles, he surmises that this once life saving response is now a debilitating condition that cause us the daily stress of today. He u ...

                                     

ⓘ Dichotomies

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  • In sociology, the East West dichotomy is the perceived difference between the Eastern and Western worlds. Cultural rather than geographical in division
  • The sacred profane dichotomy is an idea posited by French sociologist Emile Durkheim, who considered it to be the central characteristic of religion:
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