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  • Here the crucial term is the “monad,” its basic meaning clearly defined by Leibniz in the opening section of his Principes de la nature et de la grâce fondés en raison (1718): “Monas is a Greek word which signifies unity or that which is one.”

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  • The Monas is a moving speck, the Vibrio an undulating wire, the Proteus perpetually changes its shape, and the

    Canto I

  • We, for our part, have advocated the rule of "Monas," with regard to School Books, ever since our establishment came into existence.

    Chaudron's Spelling Book, Carefully Prepared for Family and School Use.

  • Secondly, what Moses establishes, not merely as a transcendant 'Monas', but as an individual

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

  • I struggled a little bit probably just with that expectation of 'Monas' leaving, "he said.

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  • In each of the subsequent series of Lizzes, Marilyns, Monas, and Jackies, the smile for Warhol became a powerful memento mori.

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  • The Monas followed closely upon the Butterfield 8 Silver Lizzes and the earliest Marilyns.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • David Lloyd: Monas Hieroglyphica | This exhibition features large and medium-scale mixed-media paintings on canvas and wood, in a series that fuses together abstract imagery, words, representational figures and animals, illustrated scientific principals, surfing symbols and dimensional collage.

    Bill Bush: The Secrets of Symbols: This Artweek.LA (November 28 - December 4, 2011)

  • But seriously, try spending a relaxing quiet lazy Sunday afternoon, with literally me, myself, my other self and my other self's self -- that's a lot of mini-Monas and three too many clowns considering I've never been much of a circus aficionado!

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  • I like running to Monas, a site where the city's schizophrenic frenzy collides in one sensory-filled lesson on modern-day Indonesia.

    Sara Schonhardt: Indonesia Makes Its Mark in a Monument

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