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infinitude

(ĭn-fĭn′ĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′)
n.
1. The state or quality of being infinite.
2. An immeasurably large quantity, number, or extent.
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Moreover, human finitude as opposed to God's inconceivable infinitude is a distinction Locke seeks to maintain throughout the Essay, as he writes: "If you do not understand the operations of your own finite mind, that thinking thing within you, do not deem it strange, that you cannot comprehend the operations of the eternal infinite mind" (4.
Kook, they demolish "that which is built according to the measure of the world," because they are seeking out the divine infinitude.
Within its fictional context, this fear is more than an extreme version of astrophobia (a fear of space), because it is also trypophobia, a fear of holes, of endless depth, of infinitude, which returns us, according to Eco, to lists.
Forecasting the market trends and going with the flow is the bottom line keeping in view the supply and demand news and to figure out the out-number for anticipating the net effect though; but it requires infinitude factors to be considered for forecasting something 100% which is of course not possible.
Marina first makes a promise with no limits, "I'll go wherever you go," which reflects the infinitude the couple seems to feel in their love, but their actual plans are much more limited and cautious.
Infinitude du temps, oE coordonnees et reperes se regissent sur les axes et la vitesse entre Zenith et Nadir.
A completude sera sempre definida no sentido da experiencia e o fato de a mesma ser compartilhada e a prova de sua infinitude.
org), uma geografia (e nao uma historia) e criada e tendenciosa a tal infinitude.
For Kant, the conscious experience of the sublime takes as its proper intentional objects natural phenomena that exhibit infinitude, or at least immensity, or unboundedness, either in extensive magnitude or in degree of intensity, that is, intensive magnitude (the mathematical sublime) or in the effects of causal forces and powers (the dynamical sublime).
Rather, Hagglund contends, for Derrida "every decision is haunted by the undecidable coming of time" (Hagglund 2009, 41), meaning ethical categories are conditioned not on a metaphysical structure of infinitude, but on ineluctable contingencies, moment-to-moment negotiations, contaminations, and mis-carriages.
The true Christianity,--a faith like Christ's in the infinitude of man,--is lost" (CW 1:89).
E a finicao mecanica que da acesso a infinitude do sentido.