Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A title adopted by Francis F. Barham for his religious system, which honors ‘divinity’ as the all-supreme good, and describes religion as the life of God in the soul of man, a divinity of essential being rather than formal doctrine.

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  • “Victorian spiritualism” struck me as somewhat unlikely concept, giv­en the Victorians passion for science, classif-ication, progress and rat­ion­alism.

    Victorian Spiritualism: Arthur & George

  • “Victorian spiritualism” struck me as somewhat unlikely concept, giv­en the Victorians passion for science, classif-ication, progress and rat­ion­alism.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Landscape painting was deeply linked to cultural nat­ion­alism in Aus­tralia then, and the work of those artists who engaged with these broader cultural ideas was increasingly seen as the Nat­ional School of Art.

    Australia's Own School of Landscape Painting

  • Landscape painting was deeply linked to cultural nat­ion­alism in Aus­tralia then, and the work of those artists who engaged with these broader cultural ideas was increasingly seen as the Nat­ional School of Art.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • "We must fight against 'clique-alism' and factionalism that can divide our movement," Zuma told a Congress of SA Trade Unions

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "We must fight against 'clique-alism' and factionalism that can divide our movement," Zuma emphasised.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He saw nothing but stark function-alism and metal painted black or grey.

    Starfishers

  • Having successfully divorced Descartes 'physics from his metaphysics, this “Cartesian materi - alism” eventually merged with “French natural sci - ence.”

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It is fair to say that Feuerbach's critique of religion was of greater importance for Engels than for Marx, who took his materi - alism straight from the British and French philosophers of the eighteenth century.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Plekhanov, and following him Lenin, eliminated from the concept of “dialectical materi - alism” the ontological notion of “matter” as an absolute substance or constituent element of the universe.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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