May 14, 2023
Abstraction (Gr. Αφαίρεσις, Aphairesis (pron. [a'feresis]))
Abstract thinking/noesis, perception, conceiving holoteses etc, which is generated (formed) by taking away (removing) accidental properties (reducing information) of theirs (see Aristotle: sumbebekos; also nine kinds of accidents (nine out of ten categories (predicate of
Metaphysics (from the Greek words μετά (metá) (meaning "beyond" or "after") and φυσικά (physiká) (meaning "physical" or “ physics”) about the works on matter by Aristotle, is a branch of philosophy investigating principles of reality and explaining the fundamental nature of being.
Magnitude mainly refers to abstract, uncountable, measurable, intangible, immaterial/nonphysical nouns, thoughts/ideas, energy, motion, actions (time), conducts, behaviours, function, importance, significance, greatness, brightness (mainly of stars), grade, degree, power, force, capability, measure, gravity, seriousness, toughness, worth, value, volume etc (adj. a little/some, a lot/much, important, significant, great, bright, powerful,