macrocosm

[ mak-ruh-koz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF macrocosm

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MACROCOSM

The microcosm of the human body is the lesser image of the macrocosm.

It is quite true that to a man with his gifts any microcosm will do for a macrocosm in miniature.

From whence did she derive the theory of macrocosm and microcosm?

You've seen in the microcosm, as I have in the macrocosm that all life is one.

This microcosm, like the macrocosm, may be divided into many departments.

The macrocosm is mirrored and coloured in a mental and moral microcosm.

The microcosm and macrocosm were at length atoned, at length in harmony!

Thanks to the science of symbolism a pile of stones may be a macrocosm.

From the cipher of the Macrocosm Faust turns to that of the Earth-spirit, the spirit of human life and feeling.

The less meaning there is in the macrocosm the more tenderly and humorously must every microcosm be treated.

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