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Referential Relation

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1903 | Nomenclature and Divisions of Dyadic Relations | CP 3.573

A dyadic relation proper is either such as can only have place between two subjects of different universes of discourse (as the membership of a natural person in a corporation), or is such as can subsist between two objects of the same universe. A relation of the former description may be termed a referential relation; a relation of the latter description, a rerelation.