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  • v. Present participle of eternalize.

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Examples

  • Suggested Javani: The Revolutionary Guard is tasked with defending the Revolution and it has to play a determining role in protecting and eternalizing the Revolution.

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • The exquisite descrip - tion of the timeless realm of Venus, repeating and eternalizing the idyllic moment of earthly Spring, em - bodies the Platonic notion that transient, earthly beauty has its origin in a remote celestial world.

    PLATONISM IN THE RENAISSANCE

  • Following Cézanne, the cubists aimed at stabilizing and eternalizing impres - sionism by transforming it into an “art of the museums”

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • A very curious and interesting possibility follows from this assumption; namely, that by a process which might be called a process of "spiritual vampirizing" the same creative passion which demands satisfaction in the eternalizing of "the idea of the body" actually suffers, by means of its vivid sympathy with living bodies, the very pains and pleasures through which these bodies pass.

    The Complex Vision

  • And just as the will and desire of these "invisible companions of men" must be regarded as directed towards the eternalizing of this idea whose magical "stuff of dreams" is one of the objects of their love, so the will and desire of all living souls must be directed towards the eternalizing of this same reality.

    The Complex Vision

  • As we have already shown, this primary demand for the "eternalizing of flesh and blood" is a demand which springs from the profoundest depths of the soul, for it is a demand which springs from the creative energy itself, the eternal protagonist in the world-drama.

    The Complex Vision

  • And just as the human soul can satisfy something, though not all, of its desire for the eternalizing of flesh and blood in the "spiritual bodies" of these "invisible companions," so the gods can themselves satisfy something, though not all, of their love for the individual soul in the reality of the soul's "spiritual body."

    The Complex Vision

  • What love desires is the eternalizing of the idea of flesh and blood.

    The Complex Vision

  • And because the inherent nature of such love demands nothing less than the eternalizing of the idea of flesh and blood, therefore the

    The Complex Vision

  • That is to say, the inherent desire of the love of all living souls is directed towards the eternalizing of the idea of flesh and blood.

    The Complex Vision

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