Absoluteness

  • 1 Absoluteness — Ab so*lute*ness, n. The quality of being absolute; independence of everything extraneous; unlimitedness; absolute power; independent reality; positiveness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 absoluteness — index belief (state of mind), certainty, certitude, surety (certainty) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 absoluteness — absolute ► ADJECTIVE 1) not qualified or diminished in any way; total. 2) having unlimited power: an absolute ruler. 3) not relative or comparative: absolute moral principles. 4) Grammar (of a construction) syntactically independent of the rest… …

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  • 4 absoluteness — noun 1. the quality of being complete or utter or extreme the starkness of his contrast between justice and fairness was open to many objections • Syn: ↑starkness, ↑utterness • Derivationally related forms: ↑stark (for: ↑starkness) …

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  • 5 absoluteness — noun see absolute …

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  • 6 absoluteness — See absolute. * * * …

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  • 7 absoluteness — noun The quality of being absolute; independence of everything extraneous; unlimitedness; absolute power; independent reality; positiveness …

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  • 8 absoluteness — æbsÉ™ luːtnɪs n. quality of being absolute; quality of being unlimited; lack of restraint; perfection; completeness, totality …

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  • 9 absoluteness — n. 1. Despotism, arbitrariness. See absolutism. 2. Positiveness, reality, actuality, perfection, ideality, supremeness, etc. See absolute …

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  • 10 absoluteness — n 1. certainty, certitude, sureness, surety, assurance, assuredness, infallibility; positiveness, definiteness, actuality, substantiality, reality; accuracy, correctness, Tightness; exactness, exactitude, preciseness, precision; perfection,… …

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  • 11 absoluteness — ab·so·lute·ness …

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  • 12 Absoluteness (mathematical logic) — In mathematical logic, a formula is said to be absolute if it has the same truth value in each of some class of structures (also called models). Theorems about absoluteness typically show that each of a large syntactic class of formulas is… …

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  • 13 absoluteness of Christianity —  Абсолютность христианства …

    Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • 14 God, absoluteness of —  Бога абсолютность …

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  • 15 absolute — absoluteness, n. /ab seuh looht , ab seuh looht /, adj. 1. free from imperfection; complete; perfect: absolute liberty. 2. not mixed or adulterated; pure: absolute alcohol. 3. complete; outright: an absolute lie; an absolute denial. 4. free from… …

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  • 16 pantheism — pantheist, n. pantheistic, pantheistical, adj. pantheistically, adv. /pan thee iz euhm/, n. 1. the doctrine that God is the transcendent reality of which the material universe and human beings are only manifestations: it involves a denial of God… …

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  • 17 Sovereignty — Sovereign redirects here. For other uses, see Sovereign (disambiguation). The frontispiece of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan, depicting the Sovereign as a massive body wielding a sword and crozier and composed of many individual people. Sovereignty is… …

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  • 18 Stefan Marinov — Infobox Scientist name = Stefan Marinov |250px image width = 250px caption = birth date = birth date|1931|2|1|mf=y birth place = Sofia, Bulgaria death date = death date and age|1997|7|15|1931|2|1|mf=y death place = Graz, Austria residence =… …

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  • 19 Nietzsche, Friedrich — ▪ German philosopher Introduction born Oct. 15, 1844, Röcken, Saxony, Prussia [now in Germany] died Aug. 25, 1900, Weimar, Thuringian States  German classical scholar, philosopher, and critic of culture, who became one of the most influential of… …

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  • 20 Hukam — is a Punjabi word derived from the Arabic hukm , meaning command or order. In God whose is referred to as Waheguru. It is by the command of Him that we are born and we die. In the Sikh Scripture, the founder of the religion, Guru Nanak says:The… …

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