Definition of correlative:
and/or, surround, correlated, same, reciprocal, interrelated, coordinating conjunction, counterpart, synonymous, match, interrelate, related, involved, link, pertain to, albeit, do with, mutual, intimate, joint, assuming, causal, have something to do with something, bear on, inseparable, conjunction, parallel, allied, corresponding, correlate, common, be bound up/together, 'cause, congener, related to, interchangeable, interdependent, although, be associated with, correspond, analogue, correspondent, and, supplementary.
Therefore, as commonly understood, " revelation" implies the conscious control of the mind by another mind; just as its usual correlative, " inspiration," implies the conscious control of the will by another will.- "The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)", George Tyrrell.
- "The Unity of Civilization", Various.
M. Comte maintains that there is a necessary connexion and interdependence between this historical sequence and the other: and he easily shows that the progress of industry and that of positive science are correlative; man's power to modify the facts of nature evidently depending on the knowledge he has acquired of their laws.- "Auguste Comte and Positivism", John-Stuart Mill.