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mo·nism (m n z m, m n z m). n. Philosophy.

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VIEWPOINT AUGUSTINE: Monistic Mystic or Historic Christian?
might be labeled in academic jargon a Neoplatonic monistic mysticism?
Psychoanalysis as a System of Monistic Psychology
rialist monism, which constitutes the basis for any approach to the phenomena of nature the necessity of this monistic approach to the study of any problem.
Yet today, monism is routinely dismissed as false or incoherent.

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even though there are latent cul- tural chasms have been developed in the process and that is the iden- tity that has come to be known all over the world: innovative, dar- ing, exceptional, brash, hege- monistic andunapologetically patriotic.
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Robert Anderson, Jack Smith, Graeme Barker and Randall Holland attended a celebration of his life that was held at St Andrew's Uniting Church Yass followed by a Monistic service at the Internment at the Yass lawn Cemetery.
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While I agreed with Martin that the CS interpretation, being monistic, is heretical, I now chuckle when I think about how wrong Martin was about the origins and meaning of the term!

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Monism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Monism is any philosophical view which holds that there is unity in a given field of inquiry.
Monistic idealism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Monism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
a : a view that there is only one kind of ultimate substance b : the view that reality is one unitary organic whole with no independent parts. 2. : monogenesis.
Monistic - definition of Monistic by the Free Online Dictionary
mo·nism (m n z m, m n z m). n. Philosophy.
A philosophical term which, in its various meanings, is opposed to Dualism or Pluralism.

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