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all-comprehensive

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  • In this respect the mind it symbolizes is not only the practitioner's mind but also the all-comprehensive mind of Dainichi as indestructible potentials of the cosmos, as the Buddha's “embodiment of wisdom” (chishin).

    Laughter

  • Hegel's is an all-comprehensive system in which all systems are contained and mediated in a dialectical process.

    enowning

  • Without a total and all-comprehensive inner change man can no longer manage and control the gigantic development of the outer life.

    Should we then go back to the caves! Can we stop Evolution?

  • Such a system would be all-comprehensive, because not limited by space, time, or race; its principle would be extensive as Matter itself, and, consequently, eternal.

    The Kasidah of Haji Abdu El-Yezdi

  • Now ‘unqulified’ means either (i) the primary predication within each Category, or (ii) the universal, i.e. the all-comprehensive, predication.

    On the Generation and Corruption

  • Jesus, and this all-comprehensive condition not only presses us to pray for all things, everything great and small, but it sets us on and shuts us up to

    The Weapon of Prayer

  • Or if we do not entirely overlook them, we tend to treat them just as we treat material things -- things that can be planned and scheduled and purchased with money according to some all-comprehensive development plan.

    Chapter 10

  • The Buddhist teachings were considered universal and all-comprehensive, to be made known to all men for their enlightenment.

    BUDDHISM

  • This All that has emerged into life is no amorphous structure — like those lesser forms within it which are born night and day out of the lavishness of its vitality — the Universe is a life organized, effective, complex, all-comprehensive, displaying an unfathomable wisdom.

    The Six Enneads.

  • As regards the nature of soul in general, the differences have been defined in the passage in which we mentioned the secondary and tertiary orders and laid down that, while all souls are all-comprehensive, each ranks according to its operative phase — one becoming Uniate in the achieved fact, another in knowledge, another in desire, according to the distinct orientation by which each is, or tends to become, what it looks upon.

    The Six Enneads.

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