Origin of metaphysic
Examples from the Web for metaphysic
Had they stuck to their metaphysic principles, the arithmetical process would be simple indeed.
And it is in this work that Eucken's Metaphysic of Life becomes a religious metaphysic.An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy|W. Tudor Jones
For a long period Germany devoted herself to poetry, to art, to metaphysic.The Meaning of the War|Henri Bergson
And thus much for metaphysic; the latter part whereof I allow as extant, but wish it confined to his proper place.
The second part of metaphysic is the inquiry of final causes, which I am moved to report not as omitted, but as misplaced.
British Dictionary definitions for metaphysic
Word Origin and History for metaphysic
late 14c., from Medieval Latin metaphysica (see metaphysics). The usual form of metaphysics until 16c.; somewhat revived 19c. under German influence.