impulsion

[ im-puhl-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF impulsion

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It substitutes the attraction of the future for the impulsion of the past.

It is due to an identity of impulsion and not to a common aspiration.

But, the impulsion once received, mind continues its course.

Agriculture, as well as industry, felt the impulsion of the new force.

Matter cannot have been produced by force, because force is nothing but the impulsion of matter.

The carriage had eight wheels, two of which were large and gave the impulsion.

Why should we be confined to employ only the power of impulsion?

The "inductive leap" is no leap away from logic, but the impulsion of logic's mainspring seen only in its legitimate event.

In these drawings by Degas all the lines follow the impulsion of the thought.

But he overcame the impulsion, and waited to face what might be a danger the more.

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