from The Century Dictionary.
- Intrinsically; taken itself apart from extrinsic circumstances.
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- adverb In an
entitativemanner or context.
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In the first place they attribute to all existence a mental or experiential character, but I find their simultaneous belief that the higher and the lower in the universe are entitatively identical, incompatible with this character.
To which the answer is that to be like a thing is not as intimate a relation as to be substantially fused into it, to form one continuous soul and body with it; and that pantheistic idealism, making us entitatively one with
i.e. of events ex hypothesi entitatively distinct from one another, be collectively conscious of themselves as a unity?