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synchronism

 [sin´kro-nizm]
occurrence at the same time.

syn·chro·nism

(sin'krō-nizm),
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1)
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

synchronism

/syn·chro·nism/ (sing´krah-nizm) synchrony.synchron´ic, syn´chronous

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1) .
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at same time; condition of being simultaneous.
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

synchronism

occurrence at the same time.
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The story of the golden scarab illustrates the idea that synchronistic events "have to do with spontaneous, meaningful coincidences of so high a degree of improbability as to appear flatly unbelievable" ("On Synchronicity" 96) and that they are "based not on philosophical assumptions but on empirical experience and experimentation" ("On Synchronicity" 101).
In contrast, the evolutionary world view recognises a variety of sets of rules or laws marked in synchronistic terms by heterogeneity and diachronically by change, novelty, and recombination (204).
the breast] to the infant" in a well-timed, synchronistic manner, the mother provides a "holding environment" which allows the infant to begin to piece together its previously "unintegrated" experiences of self and others.
If we are willing to suspend our insistence that we are merely physical beings who must maintain a concrete hold on the world, then we can be part of the numinosity that surrounds these synchronistic events.
On the surface this phrase is not so different from explanations we have gone through previously; it shows the synchronistic relationship of all aspects of letterform, knowledge and virtue, illustrated in Tory's explanatory diagrams.
only, it would crumble into a vast, synchronistic blur.
Given the sympatric and synchronistic coexistence of northern short-tailed shrews with Neotominae and Arvicolinae rodents (such as Peromyscus leucopus and Microtus pennsylvanicus) and their ferocious territorial behavior, hantavirus spillover may be possible.
When Z Channel's use of month-long festivals showcasing a director, actor, or theme was isomorphic with the party atmosphere of the Harvard graduation ball at the opening of Cimino's Heaven's Gate, or when programmer Harvey's story was obviously synchronistic with the guerilla-journalism of James Woods and John Belushi in Salvador, or with Fitzcarraldo's impossible dream to bring opera culture to the Peruvian jungle in Herzog's masterpiece, it just made sense to intercut those clips with the interviews and documents telling the story of Z Channel.
In The People and the Word, Warrior takes readers by the hand and for a time leads them down a series of paths that simultaneously occupy real and intellectual space, elucidating for us the spaces between them that create a synchronistic reading.
of Arizona-Tucson) constructs a roadmap of Bei Dao's complex poetics, finding it to be both unabashedly individualistic and deeply synchronistic with traditional Chinese and post-modernist aesthetics.
I didn't realise that in a strange, synchronistic way, my life would run parallel to it.
Thus, when Ognjenovic's life path was directed toward the Scandinavian north one century later, the synchronistic parallel between the two most prominent women writers in Yugoslav literature became obvious to the Serbian reading public.