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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It would be the colourless dream of an immobile plurality of absolutes.

Whosen is obviously the offspring of the other absolutes in n.

So by its very nature it belongs to the class of the absolutes.

In other words we act as if those principles were absolutes, whether we can justify it logically or not.

As we have seen, he dealt in absolutes: either power was given to an unlimited extent or it was withheld altogether.

The ratio of exchange is relative, but there must be absolutes behind relations.

Whether a philosophy of absolutes is theoretically sound or unsound is none of my present concern.

For any philosophy which is not consistently experimental will always traffic in absolutes no matter in how disguised a form.

It is of course impossible to probe the Two Absolutes, or the wonderful marriage which takes place between them.

He only concerns himself with absolutes—the eternal elements of human life and the immutable tides of human destiny.