Definition of Cosmists
1. cosmist [n] - See also: cosmist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosmists
Literary usage of Cosmists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1888)
"That miracles are improbable a p"j'iori to the cosmists may be true enough ; that they are so to men of genuine science is not yet proven. ..."
2. A Candid Examination of Theism by George John Romanes (1878)
"Or, to put the matter in another light, as cosmists maintain that Theism, in all the phases of its development, has been the product of a probably erroneous ..."
3. The Methodist Review (1876)
"The explanation is, doubtless, that the absolute is not subject to the law of non-contradiction, and if it chooses to do for the cosmists what it will not ..."
4. Means and Ends of Education by John Lancaster Spalding (1895)
"a God above and distinct from nature, while agnostics and cosmists affirm that such a being, if he exist, must necessarily lie outside the domain of ..."
5. The Proceedings and Addresses at the Freethinkers' Convention Held at by New York Freethinker's Association (1878)
"Thus have the Materialists and cosmists made sure the groundwork of the new faith which nothing can ..."
6. Biographies of Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers: Reprinted from an by Charles Bradlaugh, Anthony Collins, John Watts (1858)
"... he was formed not out of stones or dragon's teeth, as other cosmists have feigned concerning their men, but out of ihe dust or clay of the earth, ..."