Definition of Totalities

1. Noun. (plural of totality) ¹



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Definition of Totalities

1. totality [n] - See also: totality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Totalities

totalised
totaliser
totalises
totalising
totalism
totalisms
totalist
totalistic
totalists
totalitarian
totalitarianism
totalitarianist
totalitarianists
totalitarianize
totalitarians
totalities (current term)
totality
totalizator
totalizators
totalize
totalized
totalizer
totalizers
totalizes
totalizing
totalled
totalling
totally
totally disconnected
totally intrathoracic stomach

Literary usage of Totalities

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1. College Algebra by James Harrington Boyd (1901)
"the convenience of practical affairs demands that symbols be used to represent numbers—the totalities of things in groups of objects. ..."

2. Letters on the philosophy of the human mind by Samuel Bailey, Bailey, Samuel, 1791-1870 (1855)
"Again " It (nature) aims as much to exhibit relative totalities ... up all these totalities in the one grand organism, as being only part totalities. ..."

3. On Being Human Religiously: Selected Essays in Religion and Society by James Luther Adams (1976)
"Within each individual totality he finds more general features (for example, in his sociological types), and also in comparing totalities he moves to a ..."

4. Hegel's Doctrine of Reflection: Being a Paraphrase and a Commentary by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1881)
"The phenomenal and the essential worlds are consequently totalities — each within itself ... They thus constitute two independent totalities of existence. ..."

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