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- adj. Of or pertaining to cosmogony.
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- Of or pertaining to cosmogony.
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- adj. pertaining to the branch of astronomy dealing with the origin and history and structure and dynamics of the universe
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The metaphor is an ancient one in cosmogonic terms, but
The cosmogonic myth of Bone is laid out on three occasions.
All the problems that the socialists proposed to themselves, cosmogonic visions, revery and mysticism being cast aside, can be reduced to two principal problems.
In the closely related Orphic Rhapsodies, Night instructs Zeus on how to preserve the unity produced by his absorption of all things into himself as he sets about initiating a new cosmogonic phase.
We are in the deepest sense, the victims and the instruments of cosmogonic love.
Finally, the argument from the unlikelihood of physical constants is vitiated by modern cosmogonic theory and recrudesces the God-of-the-gaps
According to Mondragón's own writings, Nahui Olin is a cosmogonic name that signifies the strength and the power of the movements that emit light, life and force.
Finally, the argument from the unlikelihood of physical constants is vitiated by modern cosmogonic theory and recrudesces the God-of-the-gaps.
In addition to refutations of 12 of the cosmogonic views (more of which he refutes in other works), Saadya provides us in the
One of the lengths to which they went was the establishment of patriarchal religion and the recasting of a father figure as the producer of the show, although from the very beginning, the cosmogonic principal had been feminine.