quadriform

quadriform

(ˈkwɒdrɪˌfɔːm)
adj
1. having four parts or sides
2. obsolete perfectly formed
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Instead he treated the "variant modalities of the will to atheism that lie at the root of the variant historical forms of atheism."(61) In Chapter 3, more than in his exposition in earlier chapters of how a quadriform structure in the problem of God emerged, Murray unearthed a contingent element in the voluntareity of unbelief.