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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From [[teleologie]], itself from from Modern Latin [[teleologia]], coined 1728 by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff (1679-1754) from {{etyl|grc|nl}} (''teleos'') "entire, perfect, complete" (the prop. gen. of (''telos'') "end, goal, result") + [[-logia]] '-logy'
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From [[teleologie]], itself from from Modern Latin [[teleologia]], coined 1728 by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff (1679-1754) from {{etyl|grc|nl}} (''teleos'') "entire, perfect, complete" (the prop. genitive of (''telos'') "end, goal, result") + [[-logia]] '-logy'
   
 
===Pronunciation===
 
===Pronunciation===

Revision as of 18:36, 15 July 2010

Dutch

Etymology

From teleologie, itself from from Modern Latin teleologia, coined 1728 by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff (1679-1754) from Ancient Greek (teleos) "entire, perfect, complete" (the prop. genitive of (telos) "end, goal, result") + -logia '-logy'

Pronunciation

Adjective

teleologisch (not comparable)

  1. teleological, concerning or applying teleology, either in theological or physiological sense
  2. Template:legal a judge's way to interprete the law by its intent rather then its actual phrasing
  3. containing a purpose or goal

Declension

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German

Etymology

From Teleologie, itself from from Modern Latin teleologia, coined 1728 by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff (1679-1754) from Ancient Greek (teleos) "entire, perfect, complete" (the prop. gen. of (telos) "end, goal, result") + -logia '-logy'

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /tʰe.le.oˈlo.ɡiʃ/

Adjective

teleologisch (not comparable)

  1. teleological