Definitions

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  • n. totality; completeness

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Totality; completeness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Totality; entirety; completeness; universality.

Etymologies

all +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Where, of course, Divine immanence is held to mean the "allness" -- which is the strict equivalent of the infinity -- of God, evil in every shape and form will either have to be ascribed to the direct will and agency of God Himself, or for apologetic purposes to be reduced to a mere semblance, or "not-being."

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • It depends, we answer, what we mean by "this doctrine"; if we construe immanence to signify "allness," we may as well admit first as last that there is no way of escape from the difficulties which these queries suggest.

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • Nevertheless this particular remedy seems to be enjoying a considerable popularity at the present time; indeed, in discussing some aspects of the doctrine which affirms the "allness" of God, and the allied one of

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • But secondly, without committing ourselves to Professor Hudson's dictum that personality implies limitation, we have to point out that we are not concerned to defend any inference that might be drawn from the infinity, in the sense {81} of the "allness" of God.

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • Her grand central doctrine of the "allness" of mind and the unreality of matter is a true copy of the "fantastic idealism" of the Gnostics.

    The Revelation Explained

  • I don't trust "allness" statements as above; too limited.

    California Literary Review

  • The Strange World of Quantum Entanglement: John Hunter notes: I don't trust "allness" statements as above; too limited.

    California Literary Review

  • Uses generalizations, "allness" statements, and lack of specific references and data.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • If we are to be able to believe in either a universe or a humanity which, though the scene of Divine immanence, are not identical with God, it seems to us that such a view of creation as we have just propounded is inevitable; and unless this non-identity can be maintained -- unless, that is to say, we definitely repudiate the idea of the "allness" of God -- religion itself is reduced to a misty and ineffective theosophy.

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • Well this is all one, the purity of allness. (thanks to Image Magazine for the quote).

    The Unknown Museum

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