artificialness love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being artificial.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being artificial.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state or quality of being artificial.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I'm the one who continually reminds people of what Monod wrote "" Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Aiguy's Computer

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Artificial or Natural

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Are dem bunny prints?

  • I'm the one who continually reminds people of what Monod wrote "" Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Aiguy's Computer

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    2008 May - Telic Thoughts

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Are dem bunny prints?

  • As Monod noted, "it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's" naturalness "or" artificialness. ""

    Are dem bunny prints?

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    Artificial or Natural

  • Hence it is through reference to our own activity, conscious and projective, intentional and purposive-it is as makers of artifacts-that we judge of a given object's "naturalness" or "artificialness."

    2008 May - Telic Thoughts

  • I can tolerate it in the house at times (yes, I do own Tupperware!) but when it comes to plastic outside, the contrast between the artificialness of plastic riding toys, swingsets, etc. and the vibrancy and realness of the natural world is jarring.

    Plastic Elimination Campaign: Kids' Swimming Pool

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