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organic unity

noun

the concept that all organisms, despite distinctions, are one interrelated whole

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  • An exposition should have an organic unity and a distinct aim.

  • It is taken for granted that Carlyle's thoughts have no organic unity.

    Thomas Carlyle

    Hector Carsewell Macpherson
  • Let us release it, that it may freely move in the organic unity of nature.

    The Reform of Education Giovanni Gentile
  • Happily too, we do not now need to argue in favour of visible and organic unity.

  • He was never to write again a work of art that had organic unity.

    Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps
  • Moreover, there is no organic unity between the different parts of the sonata, whatever may have been said to the contrary.

  • What really prevents an organic unity in Ireland is the economic individualism of our lives.

    National Being (A.E.)George William Russell
  • A portion of this organic unity lives in each individual and thereby we are physically connected with the universal community.

    The Forerunners Romain Rolland
  • In Germany there is the closest co-operation between the party and the unions, but not any organic unity.

  • All printed language is but a part of one of these three languages, which belong together in an organic unity.

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