Though not in charge of measuring the weakness of faith of a whole lot of people, Banerji illusorily assumes possessing such powers. From Wordnik.com. [Banerji kow-tows before the same system that he is complaining about] Reference
One issue that arises then is whether the four occluding corners are illusorily prolonged as if they belonged to undefined forms. From Wordnik.com. [PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles] Reference
The one Brahman, whose nature is eternal self-illuminedness, free from all heterogeneous elements, owing to the influence of avidyâ illusorily manifests itself. From Wordnik.com. [The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48] Reference
St. Michael was one of those dapper bird-like illusorily-active men, who seem to have been in a certain stage of middle-age for as long as human memory can recall them. From Wordnik.com. [The Unbearable Bassington] Reference
This restoration-related suppression was most obvious in the right auditory cortex, said the researchers, both during the illusorily filled gaps and also just before and after the gaps. From Wordnik.com. [Health News from Medical News Today] Reference
They found that slow brain waves called theta oscillations, which are involved in encoding boundaries of sounds, were suppressed during an interruption in a sound when that sound was illusorily restored. From Wordnik.com. [Daily News & Analysis] Reference
And as a consequence, the domain of the axiological finds that it overflows the dikes and dams that previously, though illusorily, hemmed it in to an ideological space where some alleged entity called the human was able to decree all value. From Wordnik.com. [Larval Subjects .] Reference
The suppressive effect was present before an illusorily filled gap and reached maximum shortly after the gap's actual onset, suggesting that the mechanism may work rapidly or anticipatorily and thereby facilitate stable hearing of fragmented sounds in natural environments. From Wordnik.com. [Daily News & Analysis] Reference
Rousseau consoled himself with thoughts of another world that should reunite him to her and be the dawn of new happiness; like a man who should illusorily confound the last glistening of a wintry sunset seen through dark yew-branches, with the broad-beaming strength of the summer morning. From Wordnik.com. [Rousseau]
Eternal, absolutely non-changing consciousness, whose nature is pure non-differenced intelligence, free from all distinction whatever, owing to error illusorily manifests itself (vivarttate) as broken up into manifold distinctions -- knowing subjects, objects of knowledge, acts of knowledge. From Wordnik.com. [The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48] Reference
Another aspect of the question was: Did the consistent determinism of modern Science, the discovery of an unalterable interdependency in the intellectual, as in the physical worlds, allow scope for actions proceeding otherwise than merely illusorily from the free purpose or determination of the individual?. From Wordnik.com. [Recollections of My Childhood and Youth] Reference
The latter perspective probably never extends downward illusorily to points on the earth's surface; and the former system of objects is carried continuously upward to skyey points only on relatively rare occasions, as when one mistakes clouds for mountains or the upper edge of a fog-belt on the horizon for the rim of sea and sky. From Wordnik.com. [Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1 Containing Sixteen Experimental Investigations from the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.] Reference
Look, "and he produced from his breast pocket a bulky note - book illusorily inscribed" engagements. ". From Wordnik.com. [When William Came] Reference
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