EDUCT


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EDUCTEllis Dallas Unified Cooperative Team (Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; fire department group)
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In 1993 also higher multicomponent reactions (MCRs) were introduced as unions of the U-4CR and further reactions with up to nine educts.
Coleridge's words on symbol and allegory are prompted by his consideration of history in the Bible, in which the people and events "are the living educts of the Imagination" which "gives birth to a system of symbols, harmonious in themselves, and consubstantial with the truths, of which they are the conductors" (Statesman's Manual, 29).
Schliermacher and Schlegel assigned high aesthetic value to the Bible as a fusion of poetry, philosophy, and mythology, reflected in Coleridge's reference to the Scriptures as 'the living educts of the Imagination'.