matterless

matterless

(ˈmætəlɪs)
adj
having no matterdevoid of sensenot important
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Nothing in nature or natural reasoning can explain how the universe (or even a pre-existent spaceless and matterless environment of quantum laws) could have been produced by nothing from nothing." Hoyle's view did not sit well with other theologians who dismissed miracles as products of the imagination, as hoax or fraud.
Furthermore, Doctorow also points to the paradox that the ideological move from the old centralization of the spiritual to the new regime of the physical and technological is accompanied by the almost matterless condition of the resulting new being.
According to Hegel, form can be content when, as pointed out above, it is "reflected into itself," which is "the Law of the Phenomenon." Even when it is not reflected into itself, when it is indifferent to content, "it is content itself except that it is a matterless, direct, and indifferent to the real one" (Bui Van Nam Son 532).
Summer swallows swift to scatter, Fish wives fingers covered in batter, Blah blah blah twitter tweet chatter, What's the matter with matterless natter.
But what they think is matterless because their existences are based on the insidious idea that the only thing that matters about a woman now is the way she looks.
Moreover, as the author points out, in the light of the various matter-free solutions to the field equations of general relativity, the potential for a primitivist to describe matterless worlds that differ with each other as to facts about geometric possibility, makes the position very attractive.
The Minkowski metric, like all solutions to Einstein's field equations, describes a matterless field [1, p.
The make-up of local government in Lincolnshire is frankly matterless to me and I don't want to see a succession of chinless wonders from the three major political parties explaining how "this has really been a good night for us" when it's obvious that it hasn't.
Distinguishing chaos from preexistent evil and describing it as matterless (p.
The flyer traffics in facts and arguments, which in their essential nature as facts, as arguments, carry about as much weight in the matterless void in which this election has been unfolding as a sprig of Florida crab grass drifting through outer space.
Matterless that she had lovely lavatories indoors and this one's pot was missing.
If we follow him, mathematics and the first principle of ethics deal with a matterless object, and thus both belong to unconditional knowledge (episteme haplos) (pp.