Origin of inherence
Related formsnon·in·her·ence, noun
Examples from the Web for inherence
Let us begin by assuming smallness to be inherent in one: in this case the inherence is either in the whole or in a part.Parmenides|Plato
The new hybrids being male in inherence, nothing is added to the female reproductive, or Vital, potential in them.Feminism and Sex-Extinction|Arabella Kenealy
Hence the mind perceives their necessary connection with inherence, or with being supported.
The solution of this problem is similar to that of inherence.
The first problem to be solved in metaphysics is the problem of inherence, or the thing with its characteristics.