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not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature

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unvarying in nature

remaining the same for indefinitely long times

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6) He most often justifies his demythologizing on theological grounds, to preserve both the infinite changeless Godness of God and God's constant and intimate presence to all of creation.
As incorporeal, changeless, intelligible realities, the forms remain as transcendent to the world of physical, mutable, sensible things as the strongest proponent of separation could maintain.
Life is changeless to a child, but with age I learned how little remains the same.
Goerner, and Daniel Mark Nelson, Hall convincingly and concisely argues that the natural law of Thomas Aquinas's Summa theologica is not a changeless list of heteronomous rules, but that "the natural law is fitted in its articulations to the exigencies of history" (62).
In this paper the author argues that, contrary to what is usually believed, four-dimensionalism does not entail a changeless world.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- Mel Schott will tell you the black motorcycle jacket may be among the most changeless of fashions -- and most popular.
In this way, to be a personal self, to be an independent and integral individual self, is precisely not to be something in itself, fixed and changeless.
In the seventh stanza, the nun from the first and the mother from the fifth are set before the changeless icons of art, the self-created symbols that mock the merely human and are themselves divine.
This means the abandonment of the conception of God as a changeless and self-sufficient being.
This eternalForm is not a fixed or changeless blueprint, nor is it a sort of knowledge handed down from generation to generation, but rather a force that enForms land, people and all the various species.
The nova demonstrated that change occurred in Aristotle's supposedly changeless celestial realm.
To put one's faith in "the holy hush of ancient sacrifice" or "that old catastrophe" of Christianity is to embrace a changeless aesthetic and deny the variable beauty immanent to humanity.
People cannot handle change or lead change unless there is a changeless core inside them--a sense of' who they are, what they are about, and what they value such that they don't need the prejudgments of others.
Many hermetic still-lifes, plus vaguely Balthusian nudes of young women, by the archconservative realist, whose changeless style is an earnest of metaphysical conviction and/or paralysis.
With this ontological topography as a given, fantasy is generated whenever the line of separation is crossed in one direction or the ot her; Callois talks about "an irruption of the inadmissible within the changeless everyday reality"; Castex about a "brutal intrusion"; and Todorov himself about the fearful or awed "hesitation" of characters and readers at the moment they realize that the line has been crossed (26).