contemplation

  1. a long and thoughtful observation
  2. a calm lengthy intent consideration

Contemplation

[disambiguation] Contemplation is a type of prayer or meditation and may also refer to: ...
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contemplation

[n] - a calm lengthy intent consideration 2. [n] - a long and thoughtful observation
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Contemplation

Con`tem┬Ěpla'tion noun [ French contemplation , Latin contemplatio .] 1. The act of the mind in considering with attention; continued attention of the mind to a particular subject; meditation; musing; study. « In contemplation of created things, By steps we may ascend...
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contemplation

reflection noun a calm lengthy intent consideration
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Contemplation

• (n.) The act of looking forward to an event as about to happen; expectation; the act of intending or purposing. • (n.) The act of the mind in considering with attention; continued attention of the mind to a particular subject; meditation; musing; study. • (n.) Holy meditation.
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contemplation

(from the article `aesthetics`) ...irreplaceable, or ends in themselves is one of the important gifts of reason. But it is not exercised only practically or only in our dealings ... 2. The aesthetic object is at the same time contemplated: its appearance is a matter of intrinsic interest and studied not merely as an object of ... pr...
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contemplation

contemplation 1. The act or state of contemplating. 2. Thoughtful observation or study. 3. Meditation on spiritual matters; especially, as a form of devotion. 4. Intention or expectation: 'They sought further information in contemplation of which college, or university, to attend.'
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Contemplation

[Kafka] Betrachtung (published in English as Meditation or Contemplation) is a collection of eighteen short stories by Franz Kafka written between 1904 and 1912. It was Kafka`s first published book, printed at the end of 1912 (with the publication year given as `1913`) in the Rowohlt Verlag on an initiative by Kurt Wolff. Eight of these sto...
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Contemplation

(Lat. contemplare, to gaze at tentively) (a) In the mystical sense: Knowledge consisting in the partial or complete identification of the knower with the object of knowledge with the consequent loss of his own individuality. In Hugo of St. Victor (1096-1141), Contemplatio is the third and highest stage of knowledge of which cogitatio and meditatio....
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Contemplation

Contemplation means `to admire something and think about it.` The word contemplation comes from the Latin word contemplatio. Its root is also that of the Latin word templum, a piece of ground consecrated for the taking of auspices, or a building for worship, derived either from Proto-Indo-European base *tem- `to cut`, and so a `place reserved...
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Contemplation

A type of prayer or meditation in the Christian, especially Catholic, tradition. It is an attempt to experience God directly. It is connected to Christiam mysticism, and authors such as Teresa of Avila, Margery Kempe, Augustine Baker and Thomas Merton have written about it extensively. It is briefly described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church...
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contemplation

a calm, lengthy, intent consideration
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