archetypal

[ ahr-ki-tahy-puh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF archetypal
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An entire civilization may be the 'body' used by an archetypal power.

All must be archetypal; every truth must pre-exist to its perception.

For the Divine Mind which planned the Archetypal also foreknew all its modifications.

Yes, in the sight of God, like the archetypal ideas of the Platonists.

We get it from a divine original, and the Archetypal Joker must have His fun.

Their perfection is not the individual mind or sense, but their archetypal 'ideas.'

Apart then from the incarnation, the Word was archetypal man as well as God.

It brings us near to the archetypal ideas themselves, and away from nature, which is but their looking-glass.

Theoretic truth is thus no relation between our mind and archetypal reality.

He had not wholly freed himself, however, from archetypal trammels.

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