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Impermanent

im·per·ma·nent ( m-pûr m -n nt). adj. Not lasting or durable; not permanent.

Impermanent is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Impermanent books and related discussion.

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The Impermanent Impulse: Toward a Theory of Nihilism
Three aspects regarding the Contemplation of Impermanence
"True nature" means the nature of impermanence, the nature of unsatisfactoriness Or what is it that we say is impermanent (Anicca)?
The impact of impermanent Web-located citations: A study of
The impact of impermanent Web-located citations: A study of scholarly conference publications. Carmine Sellitto. Lecturer.
Reputation and Impermanent Types
1. Reputation and Impermanent Types. *.
Imperfect Monitoring and Impermanent Reputations
Econometrica, Vol. 72, No. 2 (March, 2004), 407–432.

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By HOLLY FINN Riots and raves are just distractions -- the first ruinous, the second rousing, both impermanent. The real work is happening in quieter workshops.
Buddhism: The Most Accurate World Religion?
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Still, Flanagan writes, if a stripped-down, unifying “Buddhist Credo” existed, it would affirm that “everything is impermanent” and, ultimately, “subject to the principles of cause and effect” - including the bodies and minds of human beings.

Suggested Web Resources

Impermanence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Impermanence is one of the essential doctrines or three marks of existence in Buddhism.
impermanent - definition of impermanent by the Free Online
im·per·ma·nent ( m-pûr m -n nt). adj. Not lasting or durable; not permanent.
Impermanent - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
The Buddhist Concept of Impermanence
Impermanence
Impermanence. Everything that has a cause has a begining and an end: conditioned phenomena are transitory.

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