Definition of non-temporal in English:


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1Having no relation to time.
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  • One interesting and unexpected findings that these results yield is that nontemporal processes seem to develop noticeably before temporal processes.
  • One of the overarching, though now somewhat obvious, findings of this study is that musical cognitive processes, both temporal and nontemporal, do in fact exist.
  • Another nontemporal experiment dealt with motivic abstraction.
2Relating to spiritual as opposed to worldly affairs.
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  • A dozen composers worked on the soundtrack, producing a whole range of songs, many of them about Radha and Krishna, that create an intended nontemporal quality.
  • By too-often tending to conceive of God as an otherworldly, non-spatial, non-temporal being, he does not articulate well, how pantheistic conceptions of God and their intellectual relatives may also harbor the titanistic attitudes he seeks to criticize.
  • I do believe that my moral choices have spiritual, non-temporal consequences.

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