[ US /ˈmɑnɪzəm/ ]
  1. the doctrine that reality consists of a single basic substance or element
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  • So I was writing an email about comparing Mormonism and traditional Christianity and I wrote “moronism” instead. Moronism « Christopher Colaninno
  • He extrapolated a new religion or philosophy called monism from evolutionary science. SMART Grant Update - The Panda's Thumb
  • Did Hitler represent, as Emil Fackenheim has said, a unique "eruption of demonism into history" -- in which case he stands at a comfortable remove from the rest of us? Gabriel Rotello: Will Smith, Hitler and the Holocaust's Unanswerable Question
  • The coherence theory builds in a metaphysical bias towards monism: the idea that everything we know should somehow form one massive ‘complete theory of everything’.
  • He had, after all, made the world a slightly better place as a result, and eudemonism was the creed to live by. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • He was a Spencerian like you till Kreis turned him to materialistic monism. Chapter 36
  • He states, ‘Whereas Marxism called for the power of capital to be destroyed, eudemonism [the politics of happiness] calls for it to be ignored.’
  • Monism thus generated a respect for life as a whole and helped to emphasize the unity of Nature.
  • His philosophy of monism claimed that the many things which appear to exist are merely a single eternal reality which he called Being.
  • Dynamism in general may be adapted to and modified by such philosophical systems as determinism or freedom, substantialism or phenomenalism, idealism or realism, monism or theism, etc. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
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