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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The theory or system of the temporal power of the papacy.

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Examples

  • However, temporalism is compatible with a range of A-series views.

    Eternity

  • A far more systematic formulation of James's pluralistic temporalism took place later, in his A

    TIME

  • Although critical of some aspects of James's and Bergson's thought, Lovejoy shared with them their temporalism — the term which he himself coined for doctrines which took time as an essential category of all existence.

    TIME

  • Against supernaturalism, authoritarianism, and eternally fixed norms of belief and values stand the more flexible method and dynamic values of naturalistic empiricism, temporalism, and pluralistic individualism as the chief component ideas at the cen - ter of what is most coherent and enduring in the many varieties of pragmatism.

    PRAGMATISM

  • Using a different approach to a human standpoint of time, Bruce Sterling attempts to examine futurity, history and the present from the standpoint of contemporary temporalism.

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  • Bruce Sterling attempts to examine futurity, history and the present from the standpoint of contemporary temporalism.

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