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- n. The state of being interconnected.
- n. A worldview which sees a oneness in all things, with no true separation deeper than appearances.
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- n. a state of being connected reciprocally.
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- n. a state of being connected reciprocally
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Look … Empires and global interconnectedness is ultimately dependent on what happens outside of it.
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.
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.
In Eastern philosophy, this is known as the interconnectedness of all things.
Their wedding rings reinforce the idea of interconnectedness between the two halves of the same story, an unbreakable bond despite decades of separation.
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.
The systemic significance of "interconnectedness" proved to be a myth.
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.
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.
The "interconnectedness" of the US and the rest of the world are better reflected in the attitudes of US citizens, expressed through the laws enacted by their representatives, than in the intuitions of judges.