pancosmism

pancosmism

(pænˈkɒzˌmɪzəm)
n
(Philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that the material universe is all that exists
[C19: see pan-, cosmos, -ism]
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pancosmism

the theory that the totality of existence comprises only the physical universe in time and space. — pancosmic, adj.
See also: Cosmology
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If, on the other hand, this distinction is not drawn, and God is simply identified with the act of being, then logically pantheism (or pancosmism) results.