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Spanish translation: noetig, was muss... [aus dem Altgriechischem]

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German term or phrase:deontisch
Spanish translation:noetig, was muss... [aus dem Altgriechischem]
Entered by: David Wigtil
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15:54 Jul 11, 2002
German to Spanish translations [PRO]
Philosophy / philosophy
German term or phrase: hilfe mit dem satz, bitte
Wenn ja, dann liegen solche deontischen Qualifizierungen sicher in jemandes Bereitschaft, durch diskursive Beteiligung in Argumentationsgemeinschaft mit anderen zu treten. Und dann sind diese deontischen Qualifizierungen sehr allgemeine Normen, die alle, die argumentieren wollen, von allen, die argumentieren wollen, anerkannt haben wollen.
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deontisch [aus dem Altgriechischen: noetig, oder was muss...]
Explanation:
Le explicare' a usted esto en ingle's, mi lengua materna. I don't specialize in philosophy, but my doctoral degree is in ancient Greek.

The word "deontisch" comes from the ancient Greek word "ta deonta", meaning, "that which is needed/necessary". It is a neuter plural participle from the verb "dei", a third-person-only verb (a so-called impersonal verb) meaning, "it must, one must, there is a requirement," etc., rather like Latin "oportet".

"Qualifizierung" might imply "characterizing, identifying, specifying." Therefore the expression "deontische Qualifizierungen" might mean something like, "qualifications of need", "identifications of what is required", or perhaps "limiting qualifications."

--Loquamur
Ph. D. in ancient Greek, college professor of Greek, Latin, German, French, and Spanish
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deontisch [aus dem Altgriechischen: noetig, oder was muss...]


Explanation:
Le explicare' a usted esto en ingle's, mi lengua materna. I don't specialize in philosophy, but my doctoral degree is in ancient Greek.

The word "deontisch" comes from the ancient Greek word "ta deonta", meaning, "that which is needed/necessary". It is a neuter plural participle from the verb "dei", a third-person-only verb (a so-called impersonal verb) meaning, "it must, one must, there is a requirement," etc., rather like Latin "oportet".

"Qualifizierung" might imply "characterizing, identifying, specifying." Therefore the expression "deontische Qualifizierungen" might mean something like, "qualifications of need", "identifications of what is required", or perhaps "limiting qualifications."

--Loquamur
Ph. D. in ancient Greek, college professor of Greek, Latin, German, French, and Spanish


David Wigtil
United States
Local time: 11:07
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 4
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