He was at the same time both Pantheist and monist, yet sincere in his devotion to nature and the God of nature.
There was a great deal about the monist and pluralist views of the universe.
To him as a monist, the soul (as an entity apart from the body) did not exist.
The intelligence is monist or pantheist, the will monotheist or egoist.
It must be a doctrine which allows imagination her right and durable career, and therefore not be monist.
The doubts of the agnostic were only the dogmas of the monist.
Harmonīs′er; Har′monist, one skilled in harmony: a musical composer.
He is a monist, a partisan of Darwinism, convinced that the death of the body is for us the end of all.
But it is curious to observe how rapidly the monist locals are assuming the forms of the non-conformist congregations.
The extramundane God of dualism leads necessarily to theism; and the intra-mundane God of the monist leads to pantheism.
"the philosophical doctrine that there is only one principle," 1862, from Modern Latin monismus, from Greek monos "alone" (see mono-). First used in German by German philosopher Baron Christian von Wolff (1679-1754).
A position in metaphysics that sees only one kind of principle whereas dualism sees two. On the question of whether people's minds are distinct from their bodies, for example, a monist would hold either that mental conditions are essentially physical conditions (materialism), or that bodies depend on minds for their existence (idealism).