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For the distinction between term and proper name we can also cite Vinokur: A term as a name for an object of thought should never be confused with a proper name, or an element or a symbol of a nomenclature as opposed to terminology, one must consider it as a system of completely abstract conventional and arbitrary symbols the object of which THEORETICAL ISSUES 31 is to provide means of denoting objects without any reference to the needs of theoretical thought. This view is reinforced by A. A. Reformatsky (1993), when he writes: "Ter minology is first linked to a system of concepts in a particular science.
Definitions in which the individuals are the classes. One can define '(military) rank' by listing the names which univocally identify these grades in a series. e. it defines a lexical paradigm. The terminological definition can try to overcome these shortcomings but it can never escape them altogether. It is obviously a definition based on intension, whereas the logicians, concerned with denotation, give vital importance to defi nitions based on extension. The nature of terminological definitions is finally determined by the nature of the systems envisaged for particular subject fields, and by the classes of ob jects in question.
Taxonomy and the most general of classification sciences, classology, are related to extensional logic. The designatory and denominatory THEORETICAL ISSUES 37 power of a sign (word, noun or term) is derived from the class of referents to which it corresponds. From an onomasiological, designatory, point of view, the referential classes are foundations of concepts; this is the anti-nominalist point of view. The doctrine of classes is well-exemplified by the classical Indian philoso phy of language.
Essays on terminology by Alain Rey; Juan C Sager