Definition of Psychism

1. n. The doctrine of Quesne, that there is a fluid universally diffused, end equally animating all living beings, the difference in their actions being due to the difference of the individual organizations.



Definition of Psychism

1. Noun. (philosophy) The old doctrine that there is a fluid universally diffused, and equally animating all living beings, the difference in their actions being due to the difference of the individual organizations. ¹

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Definition of Psychism

1. the doctrine of a universal soul [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychism

psychiatry
psychic
psychic communication
psychic energy
psychic phenomena
psychic phenomenon
psychic trauma
psychical
psychical communication
psychically
psychics
psychid
psychids
psyching
psyching out
psychism (current term)
psychisms
psychist
psychists
psycho
psycho-
psychoacoustic
psychoacoustically
psychoacoustics
psychoactive
psychoactive drug
psychoactive substance
psychoactively
psychoactivities
psychoactivity

Literary usage of Psychism

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1. The New Rationalism: The Development of a Constructive Realism Upon the by Edward Gleason Spaulding (1918)
"psychism; 5 CRITICISM OF NATURALISTIC THEORIES That a specific type of psychism develops out of Naturalism is quite evident from the preceding discussion. ..."

2. The Semi-insane and the Semi-responsible: (Demifous Et Demiresponsables) by Joseph Grasset (1907)
"DISTURBANCES OF THE SOCIAL psychism Psychic acts may be divided into two classes corresponding to life in society: psychic social acts (of man in society) ..."

3. The Semi-insane and the Semi-responsible: (Demifous Et Demiresponsables) by Joseph Grasset (1907)
"DISTURBANCES OF THE SOCIAL psychism Psychic acts may be divided into two classes corresponding to life in society: psychic social acts (of man in society) ..."

4. The Semi-insane and the Semi-responsible: (Demifous Et Demiresponsables) by Joseph Grasset (1907)
"DISTURBANCES OF THE SOCIAL psychism Psychic acts may be divided into two classes corresponding to life in society: psychic social acts (of man in society) ..."

5. The Mechanism of Man: An Answer to the Question, what Am I? A Popular by Edward William Cox (1879)
"THE first and scientifically the most interesting and important of the Phenomena of psychism are motions produced without muscular contact or connection ..."

6. A Defence of Idealism: Some Questions and Conclusions by May Sinclair (1917)
"It is these happy certainties, and this pride of the plain man that Samuel Butler shatters with his theory of Pan- psychism. If he does not positively strip ..."

7. A Defence of Idealism: Some Questions and Conclusions by May Sinclair (1917)
"It is these happy certainties, and this pride of the plain man that Samuel Butler shatters with his theory of Pan- psychism. If he does not positively strip ..."

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