The only thing I can think of that would be this would be related to the Metaparadigm of Nursing.
is a word or phrase that summarizes a phenomenon, such as an idea, an observation, or an experience. Each concept is a tool that provides a mental image that facilitates communication about and understanding of the phenomenon. A concept is not a real thing but rather is a way to articulate a more or less abstract phenomenon.
is a statement about a concept or a statement of the relation between 2 or more concepts.
- A nonrelational proposition that states the meaning of a concept is called a constitutive definition.
- A nonrelational proposition that states how a concept is observed or measured is called an operational definition.
A relational proposition
asserts the relation, or linkage, between 2 or more concepts. In other words, it is a relational statement that asserts that there is a connection (e.g., x is related to y).
Not sure if that's what you were looking for, but that's the only thing I could think of when I saw your post asking what a conceptual non-relational proposition is.