Definition of Perduring
1. Verb. (present participle of perdure) ¹
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Definition of Perduring
1. perdure [v] - See also: perdure
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Literary usage of Perduring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Autology: An Inductive System of Mental Science; Whose Centre is the Will by David Henry Hamilton (1873)
"Yet it demands that that cause, though a. free cause, shall be stable, and uniform, and perduring, and not capricious, contingent, and changeable. ..."
2. Rational Psychology: Or, The Subjective Idea and the Objective Law of All by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1854)
"Let all phenomena, as they come and depart in continuous alteration, be thought as the varied appearances of the same one perduring substance, ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1909)
"... as before stated, philosophers are driven to postulate in order to secure an unimpaired "issuing matrix" and a perduring support for the perpetual flux ..."
4. Evolution (1881)
"They are the pure forms of the co-resistance, viz., that of co-existence with no pressure for space, and that of perduring sequence for time ; and so space ..."
5. Lectures on the Philosophy of Kant and Other Philosophical Lectures & Essays by Henry Sidgwick (1905)
"stand not merely that it does not change but that it does not perdure ; since changing and perduring are equally time- determinations. ..."
6. Creator and Creation: Or, The Knowledge in the Reason of God and His Work by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1872)
"... forces in which sense resides in balanced and unchanging combination, and the perpetuated sentiency becomes a perduring soul in a changeless soul-body. ..."
7. The Meaning of the Terms: 'existence' and 'reality' by Alvin Thalheimer (1920)
"When it is used to point to perduring entities alone, the timeless ones are unreal, for they manifestly do not perdure. This is one of the points Plato ..."
8. Lectures on the Ethics of T.H. Green, Mr. Herbert Spencer, and J. Martineau by Henry Sidgwick (1902)
"So far as it is in this sense eternal we certainly cannot conceive of its extinction, but then no more can we conceive of its perduring or abiding, ..."