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Definition of Cosmologically
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosmologically
Literary usage of Cosmologically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recent British Philosophy: Including Some Comments on Mr. Mill's Answer to by David Masson (1877)
"... cosmologically, a Natural Realist; Mr. Mill, if I mistake not, holds the same doctrine as it may be held by one who is, cosmologically, a Constructive ..."
2. Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms by David Masson (1867)
"... holds the ontological or anti-ontological doctrine of the Relativity of Human Knowledge as it may be held by one who is, cosmologically, a Natural ..."
3. Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms; Including Some by David Masson (1866)
"... doctrine of the Relativity of Human Knowledge as it may be held by one who is, cosmologically, ..."
4. The Moral Law: Or, The Theory and Practice of Duty; an Ethical Text-book by Edward John Hamilton (1902)
"A thing might be ontologically contingent which is cosmologically either necessary or impossible; because the specific laws of the universe could be changed ..."
5. The Philosophy of Natural Theology: As Essay, in Confutation of the by William Jackson (1875)
"This broad distinction of Philosophers cosmologically into REALISTS and IDEALISTS is so ... Cosmologically, or in respect of this present Universe of ours, ..."
6. The Cities of the Sun by George Woodward Warder (1901)
"While I contend, reasoning cosmologically, that all or most all of the suns ... By reasoning cosmologically I claim we must take the earth on which we live ..."
7. Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (1901)
"But, if we begin our proof cosmologically, by laying at the foundation of it the series of phenomena, and the regress in it according to empirical laws of ..."