
Definition of Finiteness
1. Noun. The quality of being finite.
Generic synonyms: Quality
Derivative terms: Bounded, Finite
Antonyms: Infiniteness
Definition of Finiteness
1. n. The state of being finite.
Definition of Finiteness
1. Noun. The state or quality of being finite. ¹
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Definition of Finiteness
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Literary usage of Finiteness
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1. Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion: Together with a Work on the Proofs by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1895)
"This first natural, simple selfemancipation of the finite from its finiteness
is death. This is the renunciation of the finite, and here what natural life ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1911)
"THE finiteness OF THE WORLD. No problem has perhaps been more fascinating than
the question as to the nature of infinity. Infinity is commonly considered as ..."
3. Natural Theology by William Paley (1826)
"... or what is resolvable into finiteness, in inanimate subjects, can never be a
just subject of complaint, because if it were ever so, it would be always ..."
4. Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplacebook Designed for the Use by Augustus Hopkins Strong (1886)
"Since sin is a necessary incident of finiteness, and creatures can never be
infinite, it follows that sin must be everlasting, not only in the universe, ..."
5. COR Generalized Functions, Current Algebras, and Control by Robert Hermann (1994)
"A key point of his work is that â€˜nilpotency' of certain algebras of transformations
on the vector space W is related to the finiteness of the Volterra ..."
6. Paley's Natural Theology by William Paley, Henry Brougham Brougham and Vaux, Charles Bell (1836)
"In like manner finiteness, or what is resolvable into finiteness, in inanimate
subjects, can never be a just subject of complaint; because if it were ever ..."
7. A Treatise on the Theory of Invariants by Oliver Edmunds Glenn (1915)
"which corresponds to the irreducible solutions of the pair (141). III. finiteness of
a system of syzygies. A syzygy S among the members of a fundamental ..."