panpsychisme

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Formed by the prefixation of pan- +‎ psychism after the German Panpsychismus (1874), itself after the Latin pampsychia (1591). Compare the Ancient Greek πάμψυχος (pámpsukhos, in full life) and the Modern Greek παμψυχισμός (pampsychismós, panpsychism).

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panpsychisme n (uncountable)

  1. (philosophy) the doctrine that all matter has a mental aspect; panpsychism

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pan- +‎ psychisme

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panpsychisme m (uncountable)

  1. (philosophy) panpsychism

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