undividedness


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undividedness

(ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪdnɪs)
n
the state of being undivided
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Determinations of necessary causal connections imply a particular relation between substances, which is distinct from the merely primitive relatedness, or more accurately, the primitive undividedness, that is implied in the notion of extension.
Teacher formation, then, encourages educators to pursue congruence and undividedness in their personal and professional lives; it encourages specific inner practices designed to help them remain well-connected to their inner spirit (Palmer, 1998).
Chapters discuss sainthood defined as undividedness toward God; the obedience that comes from faith; the importance of perseverance; true versus false mysticism; and much more.