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Instrumentalism
Instrumentalism In`stru*men"tal*ism, n. (Philos.) The view that the sanction of truth is its utility, or that truth is genuine only in so far as it is a valuable instrument. -- In`stru*men"tal*ist, n. Instrumentalism views truth as simply the value belonging to certain ideas in so far as these ideas are biological functions of our organisms, and psychological functions whereby we direct our choices and attain our successes. --Josiah Royce.
Instrumentalist
Instrumentalist In`stru*men"tal*ist, n. One who plays upon an instrument of music, as distinguished from a vocalist.
Instrumentalist
Instrumentalism In`stru*men"tal*ism, n. (Philos.) The view that the sanction of truth is its utility, or that truth is genuine only in so far as it is a valuable instrument. -- In`stru*men"tal*ist, n. Instrumentalism views truth as simply the value belonging to certain ideas in so far as these ideas are biological functions of our organisms, and psychological functions whereby we direct our choices and attain our successes. --Josiah Royce.
Instrumentalities
Instrumentality In`stru*men*tal"i*ty, n.; pl. Instrumentalities. The quality or condition of being instrumental; that which is instrumental; anything used as a means; medium; agency. The instrumentality of faith in justification. --Bp. Burnet. The discovery of gunpowder developed the science of attack and defense in a new instrumentality. --J. H. Newman.
Instrumentality
Instrumentality In`stru*men*tal"i*ty, n.; pl. Instrumentalities. The quality or condition of being instrumental; that which is instrumental; anything used as a means; medium; agency. The instrumentality of faith in justification. --Bp. Burnet. The discovery of gunpowder developed the science of attack and defense in a new instrumentality. --J. H. Newman.
Instrumentally
Instrumentally In`stru*men"tal*ly, adv. 1. By means of an instrument or agency; as means to an end. --South. They will argue that the end being essentially beneficial, the means become instrumentally so. --Burke. 2. With instruments of music; as, a song instrumentally accompanied. --Mason.
Instrumentalness
Instrumentalness In`stru*men"tal*ness, n. Usefulness or agency, as means to an end; instrumentality. [R.] --Hammond.

Meaning of Instrumental from wikipedia

- An instrumental is a recording without any vocals, although it might include some inarticulate vocals, such as shouted backup vocals in a Big Band setting...
- "Lenny" is the tenth and final track on the first Stevie Ray Vaughan album Texas Flood. The song is in 4/4 time and notated in the key of E flat major...
- In philosophy of science and in epistemology, instrumentalism is a methodological view that ideas are useful instruments, and that the worth of an idea...
- "Albatross" is a guitar-based instrumental by Fleetwood Mac, released as a single in November 1968, later featuring on the compilation albums The Pious...
- "Rumble" is an instrumental by American group Link Wray & His Ray Men. Released in the United States on March 31, 1958, as a single (with "The Swag" as...
- "Sirius" is an instrumental by British rock band the Alan Parsons Project, recorded for their sixth studio album, Eye in the Sky (1982). Nearly two minutes...
- Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Anji" instrumental – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (November 2014) (Learn...
- "Telstar" is a 1962 instrumental written and produced by Joe M**** for the English band the Tornados. The track reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot...
- Instrumental convergence is the hypothetical tendency for most sufficiently intelligent agents to pursue potentially unbounded instrumental goals such...
- "Chase" (also known as "The Chase") is a 1978 instrumental composition by Italian music producer Giorgio Moroder. It was released as a single during 1978...
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