Thesaurus / ontological
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Beneath the talk is something more ontological—a picture of the racialized group as fundamentally lesser.

He does not introduce his philosophy with a systematic discussion of the great epistemological and ontological problems.

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Such dogmatism may take the form of materialism or of ontological dualism, as well as of spiritualism.

He therefore rejected as worthless the ontological proof offered by Aquinas.

Simply that he has converted the scientific doctrine into an ontological doctrine.

At every point you meet the peremptorily declared volition of a divine being, or the ontological property of a natural object.

But the first stage of the cosmological argument, that by which it is distinguished from the ontological, is itself fallacious.

Thus the cosmological proof is not only as illusory as the ontological, but also less honest.

The first is the physico-theological or teleological argument, the second is the cosmological, and the third is the ontological.

This contrast is ontological, and excludes any derivation of the one object from the other.

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