from The Century Dictionary.

  • Sundered; disordered; confused; inharmonious.


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  • It is an open question, however, when such declarations are to be taken as identity assertions, with pantheistic or acosmic intentions, and when they are perhaps hyperbolic variations on descriptions of union-type experiences.


  • This is the extreme point in the domination of Strife; but it is not, as on the traditional interpretation, a total, acosmic separation of elements.


  • The great virtuosi of acosmic love of humanity and goodness, whether stemming from Nazareth or Assisi or from Indian royal castles, have not operated with the political means of violence.

    A Special Supplement: On Violence

  • When we have his whole thought before us we should say rather that it borders on acosmic pantheism, for which everything is God and the world does not exist.

    An Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant


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