That would depend upon whether the germs of staunch comradeship underlay the temporary emotion, or whether it were a sensuous joy in her form only, with no substratum of everlastingness
I get positively angry with the impertinence of it and the everlastingness
The aforementioned distinction between eternity and everlastingness
is an attempt to avoid monopolarity.
WHILE MANY MODERN THINKERS have difficulties with Catholic and Christian faith because of the concept of eternal damnation, I've always thought salvation equally problematic because of its everlastingness
For this paper, we chose the topic of everlastingness
as an example of the human condition and its correlation with immortality as a mark of the posthuman condition.
The dead body was thus preserved by the Egyptians maybe also as if to resemble the divine condition of gold: everlastingness
84) Moreover, according to Whitehead, the reconciliation of permanence and flux can only be achieved when Creation reaches its final term, which is everlastingness
Without a world into which men are born and from which they die," writes Arendt, "there would be nothing but changeless eternal recurrence, the deathless everlastingness
of the human as of all other animal species" (97).
Those of the older generation are acutely aware of the inevitability of aging, perceiving the "loveliness of youth" in the young and in their own children, yet knowing that it can never be "an everlastingness
However, if mortals succeeded in endowing their works, deeds, and words with some permanence and in arresting their perishability, then these things would, to a degree at least, enter and be at home in the world of everlastingness
, and the mortals themselves would find their place in the cosmos, where everything is immortal except men.
By contrast, the Demiurge of the Timaeus ensures cosmic everlastingness
because he has seen to it that everything was used up in its construction (32c).