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Synonyms for boundlessness

Synonyms for boundlessness

the quality of being infinite

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The iHub's transnational "face' began to mimic the material and symbolic boundlessness of the technology itself, raising questions about the kind of 'community' Kenya's technology sector was fostering.
could boundlessness, entering into its unity, produce a witnessing consciousness ?
As we touched the problem of boundlessness, there is also a role of the form of the place.
It seems counterintuitive that one would bring in the suffering and let this experience break our heart open to its true nature of vastness, boundlessness, so the hardness of suffering can dissolve into who we really are," says Joan Halifax.
The boundlessness of performativity in elite Australian schools.
The opening of the last poem, "Lullaby," in her Selected Poems seems to infect wonderfully the emotion of fear toward writing, an emotion whose infinite boundlessness creates the sublime while juxtaposing "fathomless sum" with finite "sun.
The special moral task of economic life--to be collectively organized abstinence from evil carnal boundlessness, with the goal of converting material nature--individual and general--into the free form of human spirit.
It is as if he understands Keats's notion of negative capability, "that is, when a man is capable of being in uncertainties, mysteries, doubts, without an irritable reaching after fact and reason," knowing and accepting that, however threatening and often ominous, we will neither fully understand consciousness nor the limits and boundlessness of the human imagination.
One of the most strongly reported psychological alterations was oceanic boundlessness, which is described as "derealization and depersonalization phenomena associated with positive emotional states" (Hasler et al.
The Earth, which you earthlings are so proud of and so cruel to, is but one of the fine specks of dust rotating in the boundlessness and not the largest one.
Hans Walter Wolff argued that the central theme of the text is a critique of Jewish piety via an expression of the boundlessness of God's mercy.
Only as a metaphor for a sense of boundlessness, the possibility of rejoicing" ("Talking with John Cheever," New York Times Book Review.
Throughout the song, the piano continues its undulating syncopated pattern in one hand with ever-widening melody in the other hand, suggesting the immensity of the sea--a metaphor for the boundlessness encountered in deep meditation, or for the peace of death.
This is a linguistic gesture of our first symbiotic relationship, which contains the paradox of boundlessness (the foetus's suspended state, floating in Being) and boundary (its adherence to the lining of the womb, its enclosure in the amniotic sack, the edge of its skin).
Her interest in jewelry and textile design, verses which she wrote with superb wit and imagery, boundlessness and munificence of her charity, all endure as a dynamic and indisputable undercurrent in the Mughal heritage of India.