allness

allness

(ˈɔːlnəs)
n
the state of being comprehensive or all-embracing
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40) He thus begins from "[a]n Allness that in its Unity is the causative principle of its comprehended distinctions" (15:313).
This year, sadly, the forces of evil - or at least the forces of not very nice at allness - ranged themselves against me and I ended up in Bury St Edmunds.
Similarly, Test, Wallisch, Allness, and Ripp (1989) found that schizophrenic patients frequently consumed alcohol to relieve both boredom and anxiety symptoms.
The many cannot grasp the hidden allness of the bigger picture.
The syllogisms that Hegel proposes in his system also include an inductive syllogism as a subclass of his syllogism of allness.
The body would die, but the essential self would remain, and travel though a period of waiting in the Devachan (the intermediate heaven) and then re-incarnate in a further journey toward gathering with each other in the Allness.
Mr Sanders' father, Russell Sanders-Royle, said his son was living in lodgings in Allness Close, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, at the time of his death.
A key characteristic of this approach was the provision of services by a core team of professionals who provided almost all biopsychosocial services for a defined group of clients (Test, Knoedler, Allness, Kameshima, Senn Burke, & Rounds, 1994).
Stein and Test each later modified the PACT concept, with Stein designing a Mobile Community Treatment program, and Test developing assertive continuous treatment teams (Stein & Diamond, 1985; Test, Knoedler, & Allness, 1985).
Hence when mystics speak of the void, scientists see this an affirmation of nothingness in place of allness, and retreat from the void and mystical understandings as representing a dangerous alliance with nihilism (Schnaitter, 1987).
The Christian view of spirit uses imagination, and so it is "not yet the form of thinking itself, of the concept as concept, but [is only] the universality of actuality, the allness of selves, and the lifting of existence (Erhebung des Daseins) into imagination (Vorstellung).
Individuals who speak in this manner are demonstrating allness attitudes.