Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to a demiurge, or to the act or process of creation.

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

  • adjective Pertaining to a demiurge; formative; creative.

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  • adjective relating to a demiurge

Etymologies

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demiurge + -ic

Examples

  • Rejecting the object of philosophy, the pure object, the ideologue is left only with his demiurgic drive to impose an ideal on the world and for this he must claim that the meanings of institutions, practices, and realities, like human beings, are social constructions that, accordingly, have only the value that society confers on them.

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  • Rejecting the object of philosophy, the pure object, the ideologue is left only with his demiurgic drive to impose an ideal on the world and for this he must claim that the meanings of institutions, practices, and realities, like human beings, are social constructions that, accordingly, have only the value that society confers on them.

    Ideology and the destruction of body and soul

  • Rejecting the object of philosophy, the pure object, the ideologue is left only with his demiurgic drive to impose an ideal on the world and for this he must claim that the meanings of institutions, practices, and realities, like human beings, are social constructions that, accordingly, have only the value that society confers on them.

    Science

  • Syrianus and Proclus criticized Aristotle's disagreement with Plato's views on the existence of Forms and on the demiurgic role of God as crafting and creating the physical world.

    The Garbage House

  • If your faith is justified, but there is a "Higher Power", then the benefits of Heaven become finite, ending abruptly with the overthrow of a demiurgic tyrant.

    THE HALLS OF PENTHEUS -- PART TWO

  • Numenius maintains that the demiurgic intellect, the second god in his hierarchy, splits into two when engaged in the creation in the world, because matter, which is required for and involved in creation, is such that it divides whatever has anything to do with it.

    Numenius

  • This month the challenge was decided on by the demiurgic Peabody from Culinary Concoctions.

    Daring Bakers July Challenge - Strawberry Mirror Cake

  • This month the challenge was decided on by the demiurgic Peabody from Culinary Concoctions.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Yet creation is a process which, according to the Timaeus, can be divided into two stages, the demiurgic intellect's thinking of the Forms of all entities and its imposing them on matter.

    Numenius

  • The ETI is really a modern version of human anthrotypic ideations of gods or demiurgic beings.

    Be vewwwwy vewwwwy quiet….

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