from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The temperature at which a solid substance molts.


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  • In the third aspect of it we have time and space as essential characteristics of that "substratum of the soul" which is the vanishing-point of sensation and the fusion-point of "mind" and

    The Complex Vision

  • It is only when we come to regard the "fusion-point" of these two things as being itself a living and personal thing; it is only when we come to regard the substratum of the soul as a mysterious

    The Complex Vision

  • In the third place it reveals to us the presence, in each individual soul, of a sort of "substratum of the soul" or something beyond analysis which is the "vanishing point of sensation" and the vortex-point or fusion-point where the movement which we call

    The Complex Vision

  • For, as living souls, they also must possess as the centre of their being, a "spiritual body," or fusion-point of

    The Complex Vision

  • a "dead soul" because the soul is, according to our original definition, the very fusion-point and vortex-point where not only consciousness and energy meet but where love and malice meet and wage their eternal struggle.

    The Complex Vision


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