boundlessness


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Synonyms for boundlessness

the quality of being infinite

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This principle is abstinence from evil carnal boundlessness, and this goal is the conversion of material mature--our own nature and outer nature--into the free form of human spirit, not restricting it from without but unconditionally complementing its inner and outer existence.
This is a 72-item questionnaire that asks participants to answer yes or no to statements such as "Time passed faster than usual," The APZ measures four factors of altered states of consciousness: oceanic boundlessness (OB), dread of ego dissolution (DED), visionary restructuralization (VR), and global scale assessing overall alteration of consciousness (ASC).
The emphasis on the boundlessness of God's mercy in the face of an exclusivist theology is also problematic.
not simply the boundlessness of Christian hope, but its constraints:
First, thanks to the relatively boundlessness nature of the Internet, local governments are less technically or legally able to effectively control news reports relating to local issues.
If in 1790 thoughts spurred by "the terrible majesty" before him are bound by the letter's margins, in Book 6 Wordsworth reconceives the material nature of the limit so as to identify the poetic mind, in sublime fashion, with boundlessness.
Only contemporary China can provide some small taste of this consciousness of imperial boundlessness, which once grounded the limited 'universalism' of the world religions.
involving] the form of the object, which consists in having boundaries," is rather "to be found in a formless object, so far as in it or by occasion of it boundlessness is represented, and yet its totality is also present to thought" (82).
Where absoluteness as boundlessness is overcome, relativity as boundness emerges.
The discussion of flesh in the Gospel of John assumes that carnality necessarily involves shame: "In the joying, there is both a shaming abjection of flesh and a passage through the boundlessness of abjection into the infinitude of sublimity" (47).
It is no accident, therefore, that the Semites who can live without boundaries have been responsible for three world-religions; for them infinity or boundlessness is no problem" (Boman 1960:161).
It was perceived as an ocean by its ancient coastal inhabitants, presumably because of its saltiness and seeming boundlessness.
Reading and writing copiously, then, implies a kind of boundlessness of possibility, an ample reserve of thought and expression.
Second, the poem insists that the boundlessness of Eros is a restlessness of the human spirit in the flesh.
Because of the lack of nomenclature for female same-sex desire, and because, as Ludwig Wittgenstein has famously claimed, "the limit of one's language is the limit of one's world," Meng, as a "lesbian," has not merely eluded the limited world controlled by the Law of the Father, but confirmed the expansiveness and boundlessness of a "lesbian" identity.