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Synonyms for dynamism

Synonyms for dynamism

any of the various theories or doctrines or philosophical systems that attempt to explain the phenomena of the universe in terms of some immanent force or energy

active strength of body or mind

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the activeness of an energetic personality

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A dynamic explanation for the ozone hole suggests that there have been Antarctic ozone holes in the past and that they will develop again in the future -- although dynamists have little idea about how frequently they may recur.
Mahlman stresses that while he and other dynamists think that dynamics is important to the ozone hole, they still believe that CFCs are going to have a "monstrously large effect" on stratospheric ozone in the future.
And dynamists do think that chemistry is involved, to some degree, in the formation of the ozone hole.
The dynamists, on the other hand, keep trying to invent new processes in order to get better results.
Dynamists represent adventure, the attack on the wilderness of free thought, the fording of rivers and the advance in the face of danger.
These centrist dynamists share an appreciation for dispersed knowledge and trial-and-error evolution that spills over into their attitudes toward markets.
The very characteristics that make stasists wary of markets lead an emerging coalition of dynamists to defend them.