from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to the doctrine of force.
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Boscovich's philosophical system can be called a dynamistic
A dynamistic FrontBurnervian passes along this wonderful Washington Post story about the effort to get the folks out of Reunion and into more permanent housing.
His doctrine was akin to the dynamistic Monarchianism of Theodoltus, and he was nicknamed a follower of Artemas.
But it also bears understanding how her "I" is multitudinally condemned to varying degrees of semi-fringe, while yet neo-core, and, amazingly, all while embodying a dynamistic, ethno-broadistically, and, lest we also forget, religio-non-tainted mergery and legitimacy, quite likely altogether new-demonstrated.