Definition of Falses
1. false [v] - See also: false
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Falses
Literary usage of Falses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Apocalypse Revealed: Wherein are Disclosed the Arcana There Foretold by Emanuel Swedenborg (1855)
"That by Satan is meant the hell of those who are in falses, may be seen above, n. 97 ; and to be in falses, is to be in spiritual darkness : spiritual ..."
2. Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love and the Divine Wisdom by Emanuel Swedenborg (1843)
"Who does not know that evils and falses of every kind may be confirmed? It is possible to confirm, and the wicked do confirm, that there is no God, ..."
3. On the New Jerusalem, and Its Heavenly Doctrine, as Revealed from Heaven: To by Emanuel Swedenborg (1841)
"That goods and truths are so far removed from man as he is in evil, and thereby in falses, n. 3402. That great care is taken by the Lord lest truth be ..."
4. Heaven and Its Wonders and Hell from Things Heard and Seen by Emanuel Swedenborg (1875)
"ALL who are in the hells are in evils, and in the falses thence derived, and no one there is in evils and at the same time in truths. ..."
5. Miscellaneous Theological Works of Emanuel Swedenborg by Emanuel Swedenborg (1871)
"That can; should be taken that the falses of religion be not confirmed, because a persua sion of what is false arises from thence, which adheres to maji ..."
6. Arcana Coelestia: The Heavenly Arcana which are Contained in the Holy by Emanuel Swedenborg (1857)
"Thus they who are in truths derived from good are elevated into heaven, and they who are in falses derived from evil, sink down into hell; and when they are ..."