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correspond
used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

2 meanings, 7 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
corresponding time period
Definition
connect or fit together by being equivalent, proportionate, or matched

(Two things are equivalent if they have the same or very similar value, purpose, or result.)
  • These terms "theoretic" and "esthetic" correspond to what Phaedrus later called classic and romantic modes of reality and probably shaped these terms in his mind more than he ever knew.
    Part 2 (31% in)

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2  —1 use as in:
corresponding by email
Definition
communicate by writing letters or email
  • In addition to this private correspondence he had publicly called for an investigation of the entire school situation.
    Part 2 (59% in)

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  • "Substance" and "substantive" really corresponded to "object" and "objectivity," which he'd rejected in order to arrive at a nondualistic concept of Quality.
    Part 4 (10% in)
  • The book states that there's a theoretic component of man's existence which is primarily Western (and this corresponded to Phaedrus' laboratory past) and an esthetic component of man's existence which is seen more strongly in the Orient (and this corresponded to Phaedrus' Korean past) and that these never seem to meet.
    Part 2 (31% in)
  • The book states that there's a theoretic component of man's existence which is primarily Western (and this corresponded to Phaedrus' laboratory past) and an esthetic component of man's existence which is seen more strongly in the Orient (and this corresponded to Phaedrus' Korean past) and that these never seem to meet.
    Part 2 (31% in)
  • Poincaré then hypothesized that this selection is made by what he called the "subliminal self," an entity that corresponds exactly with what Phaedrus called preintellectual awareness.
    Part 3 (57% in)
  • In cultures such as the Chinese, where subject-predicate relationships are not rigidly defined by grammar, one finds a corresponding absence of rigid subject-object philosophy.
    Part 4 (25% in)

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