Definition of metaphysic in English:

metaphysic

Syllabification: met·a·phys·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌmetəˈfizik
 
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noun

A system of metaphysics.
More example sentences
  • Kierkegaard wished to demonstrate that the Hegelian metaphysic, considered on its own and judged in terms of its declared ambition to afford a comprehensive account of reality, was in point of fact flawed, and irreparably so.
  • There are natural alliances between Entity Realism and metaphysical atomism, and between Structural Realism and the Great-Field metaphysic.
  • A metaphysic of reason, a new set of universals, blocked the path.

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