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Definition of Teleologic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teleologic
Literary usage of Teleologic
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1. Genesis of the Social Conscience: The Relation Between the Establishment of by Henry Sylvester Nash (1897)
"Religion, as a social force, is necessarily teleologic. The more thoroughly social it becomes, the more completely teleologic must it be. ..."
2. The Logic of Political Economy, and Other Papers by Thomas De Quincey (1859)
"Thus the beauty of a kitchen-garden, of a machine, of a systematic theory, or of a demonstration, is said to be teleologic; as first of all perceived upon ..."