OTHER WORDS FROM hylozoismhy·lo·zo·ic, adjectivehy·lo·zo·ist, nounhy·lo·zo·is·tic, adjectivehy·lo·zo·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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For this we must substitute a simple mechanical causality in the sense of psycho-mechanical monism or hylozoism.
However, our theoretic hylozoism does not exclude practical idealism, as Goethe's whole life showed.
The Christian Scientist, in funereal, impressive black, discussed the contra-will and pan-psychic hylozoism.The Octopus|Frank Norris
So Hylozoism, ancient and modern, under whatever name you please to term it, breaks down.
Hylozoism is the doctrine that life and matter are inseparable.