Words Expressing Abstract Relations
1°. Being in the Abstract
Reality, actuality, positiveness, absoluteness, fact, truth, etc. 494; actualisation.
Science of existence: Ontology.
Existence in space, 186.
(Phrases). The sober reality; hard fact; matter of fact; the whole truth.
(Verbs). To be, to exist, have being, subsist, live, breathe, stand, obtain, occur, prevail, be so, find itself, take place, consist in, lie in.
To come into existence, arise, come out, emerge, come forth, appear 448.
To bring into existence, produce, bring forth, discover, etc. 161, objectify.
(Adjectives). Existing, being, subsisting, subsistent, in being, in existence, extant, living, breathing, obtaining, prevailing, prevalent, current.
Real, actual, positive, absolute, substantial, substantive, self-existent; undestroyed, tangible, not ideal, not imagined, not supposititious, not potential, virtual, effective, unideal, true, mere, objective.
(Adverbs, etc.). Actually, really, absolutely, positively, etc., in fact, de facto, ipso facto, in esse.
(Phrase). In posse.
Philosophy of non-existence: Nihilism.
(Phrases). No such thing; day-dream; fata Morgana; mirage; Mrs. Harris; "men in buckram."
(Verbs). Not to be, not to exist, etc.
(Phrases). To have no being; to have no existence; to be null and void.
(Phrases). To be no more; "to leave not a rack behind"; "disappear into thin air"; to be brought out of existence.
(Adjectives). Inexistent, non-existent, non-existing, etc., negative, blank, absent.
Unreal, potential, virtual, baseless, unsubstantial 4, imaginary, ideal, vain, fanciful, unpractical, shadowy, supposititious.
Unborn, uncreated, unbegotten.
Annihilated, destroyed, extinct, gone, lost, perished, melted, dissolved, faded, exhausted, vanished, missing, disappeared, departed, defunct 360.
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