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- n. The state or quality of being finite.
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- n. The state of being finite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The mode or quality of being finite, in any sense; a finite state or condition; limited quality or character as regards extent, duration, power, etc.: as, the finiteness of our natural powers; the finiteness of a number.
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- n. the quality of being finite
Beauty, says Schiller, proves "the compatibility of both natures ... the practicability of the infinite in finiteness, and consequently the possibility of a sublime humanity" (Letters, 123).
This "finiteness" of being falsified not only out notions being but also of Dasein.
Bonnay (2008) argues for a different criterion, invariance under potential isomorphism, which counts finite cardinality quantifiers and the notion of finiteness as logical, while excluding the higher cardinality quantifiers ” thus “[setting] the boundary between logic and mathematics somewhere between arithmetic and set theory”
His second point is the "finiteness" of the globe.
It supplies important information about tense and 'finiteness'.
So you are obliged to accept your burden, finiteness, and suffering and then connect to the people around you.
Addressing our daily struggles with self-actualization, her work takes our finiteness as a given.
The eternal return of emotional trauma is ensured by the finiteness of our existence and the finiteness of all those whom we love.
One of the eye-opening events which results from good criticism is that we not only learn to appreciate, we also learn the finiteness of the humans we judge.
The same “silence” makes men out of those who survive, while impressing upon them their finiteness: