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Definition of Pluralistically
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Literary usage of Pluralistically
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1. A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures to Manchester College on the by William James (1909)
"Thus does foreignness get banished from our world, and far more so when we take the system of it pluralistically than when we take it ..."
2. A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures to Manchester College on the by William James (1909)
"Yet because God is not the absolute, but is himself a part when the system is conceived pluralistically, his functions can be taken as not wholly dissimilar ..."
3. Kant's Kritik of Judgment by Immanuel Kant (1892)
"... its inner nature,— ie on account of itself and not on account of the examples that others give of their taste,—to be necessarily valid pluralistically, ..."
4. Some Problems of Philosophy: A Beginning of an Introduction to Philosophy by William James (1911)
"It is a sufficient objection to it, that if a 'pluralistically' organized, or 'co-operative' universe or the 'melio- ristic' universe above, ..."
5. Essays in Radical Empiricism by William James, Ralph Barton Perry (1912)
"I myself read humanism theistically and pluralistically. If there be a God, he is no absolute all-experiencer, but simply the experiencer of widest actual ..."
6. Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on by William James (1921)
"... or pluralistically? Is it ante rem or in rebus ? Is it a principle or an end, an absolute or an ultimate, a first or a last ? ..."
7. The Field of Philosophy: An Introduction to the Study of Philosophy by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1919)
"... God "is himself a part (of the universe) when the system is conceived pluralistically", as James conceived it. "Having an environment, being in time, ..."
8. Studies in the Theory of Human Society by Franklin Henry Giddings (1922)
"pluralistically responding (ie in plural numbers reacting) to common stimulation, communicating and associating, acting upon one another by suggestion and ..."