Definition of Exclusivenesses
1. exclusiveness [n] - See also: exclusiveness
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Literary usage of Exclusivenesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The German Soul in Its Attitude Towards Ethics and Christianity, the State by Friedrich Hügel (1916)
"power, and cultural and spiritual worth. (d) These exclusivenesses and hardnesses rendered incurable through their proclamation, by Hegel, ..."
2. Foliage: Or, Poems Original and Translated by Leigh Hunt (1818)
"... liberal and humane as a virtuous wisdom could make him, and yet giving himself up, at a moment's notice from a dogma, to all the cruel exclusivenesses ..."
3. The Indicator by Leigh Hunt (1820)
"If we had a good library, we should be in the situation of the Turks with their seraglios, which are a great improvement upon our petty exclusivenesses. ..."
4. Essays & Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion by Friedrich Hügel, Friedrich H̀eugel (1921)
"Only in the medium of the Divine do those conflicts and exclusivenesses disappear, which belong to man as a natural product and which shape his natural ..."
5. Morning Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day in the Year by William Jay (1829)
"... each other: and often they would seem to wish to draw Him along with them, and confine his influences within their respective exclusivenesses. But no. ..."