Definition of Pluralisms

1. Noun. (plural of pluralism) ¹



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Definition of Pluralisms

1. pluralism [n] - See also: pluralism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pluralisms

plural marriage
plural noun
plural pregnancy
plurale tantum
pluralia
pluralia tantum
pluralisability
pluralisable
pluralisation
pluralisations
pluralise
pluralised
pluralises
pluralising
pluralism
pluralisms (current term)
pluralist
pluralistic
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plurality
pluralizability
pluralizable
pluralization
pluralizations
pluralize
pluralized
pluralizer
pluralizers

Literary usage of Pluralisms

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1. One God in One Person Only: And Jesus Christ a Being Distinct from God by John Sherman (1805)
"Still more strange, that the Lord of glory, himself, and his inspired Apostles should agree wholly to omit these interesting pluralisms, even when they ..."

2. The World as Imagination (series I) by Edward Douglas Fawcett (1916)
"in those pluralisms which are no longer idealistic at all. ... pluralisms emphasise vital aspects of reality altogether lost sight of in ..."

3. The New Great Game in Muslim Central Asia by Mohammed E. Ahrari (2000)
"A related issue is the relationship between political and economic pluralisms. The Chinese and South Korean models underscore the possibility (not the ..."

4. A Defence of Idealism: Some Questions and Conclusions by May Sinclair (1917)
"The pluralisms perception of ultimate reality is immediate. So is the mystic's. But, if the mystic is right, the pluralisms reality is not ultimate. ..."

5. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1902)
"... in genetic science, where facts, oppositions, dualisms, and pluralisms of all sorts, are the material, his formula is the purest tautology. ..."

6. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1904)
"On these important, ontological, methodological, and critical questions, philosophers are divided into monists and pluralisms, spiritualists and ..."

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