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interconnectedness

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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a state of being connected reciprocally.

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  • noun The state of being interconnected.
  • noun A worldview which sees a oneness in all things, with no true separation deeper than appearances.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a state of being connected reciprocally

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Examples

  • Global interconnectedness is dependent on good weather (not a storm-heavy era in the marine basin at hand, for instance, or changes in climate to cooler or warmer weather – which forces hoardes of desperate barbarians to migrate and fight), trust (as defined by international trade and legal conventions), and general good government.

    Matthew Yglesias » Almost All Decline is Relative

  • Study of the Bible, and of the Judeo-Christian religious tradition, made me equally aware that this interconnectedness is one of the central narratives of Scripture.

    Eco-Justice

  • Look … Empires and global interconnectedness is ultimately dependent on what happens outside of it.

    Matthew Yglesias » Almost All Decline is Relative

  • In Eastern philosophy, this is known as the interconnectedness of all things.

    Francine Hardaway: Will the Environmental Movement be a Job Creator at Last?

  • Their wedding rings reinforce the idea of interconnectedness between the two halves of the same story, an unbreakable bond despite decades of separation.

    DarkUFO - LOST Homepage

  • Their wedding rings reinforce the idea of interconnectedness between the two halves of the same story, an unbreakable bond despite decades of separation.

    DarkUFO - LOST Homepage

  • Even the exhibit I'm presenting in Copenhagen is the idea of interconnectedness, this pregnant caribou engendered theme, migrating and connecting up fifteen Gwich'in communities in USA and Alaska through their-in US and Canada through their harvest practices.

    MyAntiwar.org

  • The systemic significance of "interconnectedness" proved to be a myth.

    Why Financial Reform Is Stalled

  • But defining a bank ' s " interconnectedness " with the rest of the economy — the other criterion that can make a financial institution systemically important — could prove tricky, they admit.

    G-20 to Hail Bank Reform But Hurdles Remain

  • Thanissaro argues Buddhist-oriented therapists are making a mistake by stressing goals such as interconnectedness, wholeness, spontaneity and "oneness," which he sees as western spiritual and philosophical values.

    Douglas Todd - Ancient Buddhism and Modern Psychology

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