Noun(1) the branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe
(1) There may be some valid info but it's more about cosmology, cosmogony , and mythology than on magic.(2) Parmenides was a great philosophical pioneer, who turned away from the tradition of Ionian cosmogony to attempt something fundamentally different: a deduction of the character of what is from the requirements of thought and language.(3) Now, if your cosmogony throws any light on this once revealed let me know.(4) For example, we could imagine spherical shock waves bouncing back and forth between the centre and edge of an expanding ball of gas or plasma, such as in the tentative cosmogony I outline.(5) Or can we ever hope to erect a system of cosmogony , that will be liable to no exceptions, and will contain no circumstance repugnant to our limited and imperfect experience of the analogy of nature?(6) in their cosmogony, the world was thought to be a square, flat surface(7) Did he present a cosmogony or cosmology in terms of the interaction of pairs of opposites?(8) In this article, I want to focus on how their cosmogony and concept of procreation draw on the metaphors of artistic creativity.(9) The religion of the Pilgrims did not seem to be much preoccupied with questions of cosmology and cosmogony .(10) The universe may not seem to make any more sense to you if your cosmogony is scientific rather than religious in nature, but in the end there is no escape from the fact that in the evolution of living systems the bias is built in.(11) In the building of a mosque, the traditional architectural forms reflect the Islamic cosmogony and its sacred texts.(12) Its Hesiodic style was appropriate for the cosmogony he describes in the second part, but is unsuited to the arid dialectic of the first.(13) today the central questions of cosmology and cosmogony are being explored within the framework of the Big Bang theory(14) They are implicitly evoking a whole cosmogony , a religious morality and an ethics of social interaction.(15) To understand these older conceptions of Chinese medicine is to recognize this cosmogony of the world.(16) That's really stepping into the realm of faith, belief, and religious cosmogony here.
1. cosmology ::
2. cosmogeny ::
Different Formscosmogonies, cosmogonist, cosmogonists, cosmogony
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