acosmism


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acosmism

(əˈkɒzmɪzəm)
n
a belief that no world distinct from God exists

acosmism, akosmism

a denial of, or disbelief in, the existence of an external world or of a world distinct from God. — acosmist, n.acosmic, adj.
See also: God and Gods
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What is noteworthy about Abhishiktananda's reflections on the Advaitic experience is his success -- despite certain acosmic tendencies -- in steering away from the controversy as to whether Advaita ultimately means acosmism or not.
Human dignity is rooted in what Spaemann calls acosmism, namely, the human ability to reflect, to distance oneself from natural ends, and to accept or reject them (200-2).