Definitions

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  • adjective divine

Etymologies

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From the Latin numen ("divine will, god"), from -nuere ("to nod").

Examples

  • We are merely a fluttering, fiery gap between the numinal darkness that contains, as a womb, the Creation of all.

    On Divine Attention

  • (“Metempirical knowledge” is meant to designate all forms of knowl - edge of a transcendent, numinal, nonempirical sort.)

    AGNOSTICISM

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