Definition of Cosmologies

1. Noun. (plural of cosmology) ¹



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Definition of Cosmologies

1. cosmology [n] - See also: cosmology

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosmologies

cosmologic
cosmological
cosmological argument
cosmological arguments
cosmological city
cosmological constant
cosmological decade
cosmological horizon
cosmological natural selection
cosmological perturbation theory
cosmological principle
cosmological redshift
cosmological scale
cosmological term
cosmologically
cosmologies (current term)
cosmologist
cosmologists
cosmology
cosmometry
cosmonaut
cosmonautic
cosmonautics
cosmonauts
cosmoplastic
cosmopoleis
cosmopolis
cosmopolises
cosmopolitan
cosmopolitanism

Literary usage of Cosmologies

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"The oldest stories are scraps of prehistoric myths, cosmologies, and epics. Although they have been patched up a thousand times, they have still kept enough ..."

2. The Coppers of the Northwest Coast Indians: Their Origin, Development, and by Carol F. Jopling (1989)
"cosmologies Northwest Coast peoples also share certain fundamental beliefs which stem from both archaic concepts and imagery originating in a hunter's ..."

3. Cosmos, the Soul, and God: A Monistic Interpretatin of the Facts and by Charles London Arnold (1907)
"... CHAPTER III EVOLUTION Creation-Myths — Harmony of the Mosaic Cosmogony with the Theory of Evolution — Ancient and Modern cosmologies — Preparations for ..."

4. Sidon: A Study in Oriental History by Frederick Carl Eiselen (1907)
"There can be no doubt that these cosmologies as preserved by Damascius contain many non-Semitic elements; we find ourselves in the realm of Greek thought ..."

5. The Psychic Factors of Civilization by Lester Frank Ward (1906)
"Passing over the great theological cosmologies as set forth in the sacred books of India, China, Assyria, Persia, Egypt, Phenicia, and Palestine, ..."

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