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eternal

denoting or relating to that which is without beginning and end, regarded as an attribute of God
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On the Eternality of Platonic Forms," Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie 67(1): 27-46.
The Old Testament refers to reviving the man after death (Isaiah chapter 26, verse 19), and the eternality of the human being in heaven or hell (Daniel, chapter 12, verse 2).
Rather than emphasize the fragility or conditionality of God's land promises, they argue for their eternality or unconditional ity.
We come to recognize that the prolonged--if subdued--moan we've been hearing throughout "In Gallipoli" is the music of Love's eternality.
The structure, again, is chiastic, suggesting the circularity and eternality of the experience.
Whenever you have an unpriced externality, you have a bit of a market failure, to the degree that eternality remains unpriced.
Toward the end of his career, when Sadra wrote the Asfar, Sadra grapples with Dawud al-QaysarI's notion that the eternality of punishment in hell does not contradict the possibility of its cessation, since each human, depending on their constitution, may come to experience hell without it being a kind of suffering.
I have been enamored of the eternality of the proverb and the koan, as I have been susceptible to the present tense of the Existential.
Understanding such fallacy connects to acknowledging lack's eternality.
A poem or a dead body certainly does not reveal itself as place attachment, yet it may evoke inexpressible eternality in time.
She then added that during wartime, she "found great comfort and shelter in the Bhagavad Gita's message of the eternality of the soul and God's unconditional love.
The rooftops of Berkeley looked like pitiful living meat sheltering grieving phantoms from the eternality of the heavens which they feared to face" (Road Novels 304).