dynamism

[n] - the activeness of an energetic personality
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Dynamism

Rate of change in path condition; depends on motive force of gradient, user numbers, water flow etc.. A highly dynamic path will erode quickly; a path with low dynamism will be relatively stable.
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Dynamism

Dy'na·mism noun [ Confer French dynamisme . See Dynamics .] The doctrine of Leibnitz, that all substance involves force.
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dynamism

pizzazz noun the activeness of an energetic personality
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dynamism

noun any of the various theories or doctrines or philosophical systems that attempt to explain the phenomena of the universe in terms of some immanent force or energy
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Dynamism

• (n.) The doctrine of Leibnitz, that all substance involves force.
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dynamism

(from the article `hylomorphism`) Opposed to hylomorphism are atomism, mechanism, and dynamism, all of which deny the intrinsic composition of metaphysical principles in bodies and ...
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Dynamism

Dynamism is a concept that has several meanings. ...
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Dynamism

(Gr. dynamis, power) A term applied to a philosophical system which, in contrast to philosophy of mechanism (q.v.), adopts force rather than mass or motion as its basic explanatory concept. In this sense the Leibnizian philosophy is dynamism in contrast to the mechanism of Descartes' physics. -- L.W.
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Dynamism

[metaphysics] Dynamism is a metaphysical concept conceived by Gottfried Leibniz (1646–1716) and developed into a full system of cosmology. Dynamism in metaphysical cosmology explains the material world in terms of active, pointlike forces, with no extension but with action at a distance. Dynamism describes that which exists as simple elem
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Dynamism

Picture structuring which relates to a sense of movement and action.
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