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The perception of manifoldness is Maya or illusion, says a modern pro-Hindu writer.

His words reflect his vivid sight of his sins in their manifoldness, for he says that "matters of iniquities" have overcome him.

If the essence of each thing be manifoldness, and as unity cannot be manifoldness, unity must differ from essence.

Manifoldness is not1118 born of manifoldness, but of something that is not manifold.

But the first scheme is not demolished, nor does it become impracticable because of this increase of manifoldness.

Natural PhilosophyWilhelm Ostwald

But in the divine plan this manifoldness of service constitutes a self-consistent and harmonious whole.

Besides, there is nothing to surprise any one if in spite of that we assert a manifoldness in the divinity.

Here was a parable which, slight as it seemed, was truly Biblical for the depth and manifoldness of its signification.

But manifoldness presupposes unity; consequently, above intelligence, the existence of unity will be necessary.

His statements are devout and striking, but too rigid for the manifoldness of life.

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