The classical theatre-temple as paradigmatic architectural work crystallises the nature of chora and the labyrinth as a condensed symbol of human life.
If prediction and explanation are paradigmatic of scientific understanding, it appears that agent causation neither contributes to nor detracts from such understanding.
The three paradigmatic patterns shown in Fig.4 represent the different types of response observed following a treatment with exogenous ethylene.
There appears to be little or no difference or conflict between paradigmatic approaches, which suggests that the emerging paradigm for social computing is rather homogenous.
On the lexical level, paradigmatic contrasts indicate which words are likely to belong to the same word class (part of speech): cat, dog, parrot in the diagram are all nouns, sat, slept, perched are all verbs.
This occurrence of zero anaphors is much more widespread than that observed in either an English-style, paradigmatic, non-pro-drop language or an Italian-style, paradigmatic , pro-drop language.
I think this is a kind of paradigmatic conflict in Christian thought between Augustine's notion of the sovereignty of God, which is irresistible, and all sufficient for salvation.
Because particular devices vary across periods, and because norms tend to be organized paradigmatically , any film must choose only a few possibilities to actualize.
There is agreement that such essential and fundamental terms as ‘particle’ or ‘wave’ are not used as in earlier physics, a physics that was paradigmatically determinist.
As Dummett has noted, in many cases the standard names for paradigmatically abstract objects do not assume the functional form to which the definition adverts.