monism

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The word was coined by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff and first used in English in 1862, from New Latin monismus, from Greek μόνος "alone".

Noun[edit]

monism (countable and uncountable, plural monisms)

  1. The doctrine of the oneness and unity of reality, despite the appearance of diversity in the world.

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Romanian[edit]

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monism
n Singular Plural
Nominative monism monisme
Articulative monismul monismele
Dative-Genitive monismului monismelor
Vocative monismul monismele

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monism

  1. monism



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monism c

  1. monism

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