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Definition of Nontemporal
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Literary usage of Nontemporal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Concept of Knowledge by Panayot Butchvarov (1970)
"I have said that a nontemporal proposition is one that cannot be intelligibly ... For example, "Three and two are five" is a nontemporal proposition because ..."
2. Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1922)
"A first cause would be a cause for whose existence and activity no ground could be given, an impassable limit to our understanding, a nontemporal cause; ..."
3. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1888)
"In other words, he is obliged to describe that which is wholly nontemporal and unextended in phraseology modelled on a basis of Time and Space. ..."
4. Bergson and Personal Realism by Ralph Tyler Flewelling (1920)
"Personal realism places distinct emphasis upon the nonspatial, nontemporal elements in personality. This enables it to meet the objection raised against ..."
5. Some Views of the Time Problem by Benjamin Whitman Van Riper (1916)
"Our present interest in this conception is, of course, not so much in the existence of the "Geistesleben," as in its nontemporal character, although it must ..."
6. Angelic Wisdom about Divine Love and about Divine Wisdom by Emanuel Swedenborg (2003)
"We must say that it happened from eternity and from infinity, and not from an eternity of time, since there is no such thing, but from a nontemporal ..."