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Pandemonism vs Pandemonium - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between pandemonism and pandemonium

is that pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits while pandemonium is the imaginary capital of hell (often with a capital letter).

Taxonomy vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and pandemonism

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

Pandeism vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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Pandeism is a related term of pandemonism.


As a noun pandemonism is

belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

Pantheism vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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Pantheism is a related term of pandemonism.


As nouns the difference between pantheism and pandemonism

is that pantheism is the belief that the universe is in some sense divine and should be revered pantheism identifies the universe with god but denies any personality or transcendence of such a god while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

Pandemonistic vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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Pandemonistic is a derived term of pandemonism.


As an adjective pandemonistic

is of or relating to pandemonism.

As a noun pandemonism is

belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

Spirit vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between spirit and pandemonism

is that spirit is the undying essence of a human; the soul while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

As a verb spirit

is to carry off, especially in haste, secrecy, or mystery.

Supernatural vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between supernatural and pandemonism

is that supernatural is (countable) a supernatural being while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

As an adjective supernatural

is above nature; that which is beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with in roman catholic theology, is considered to be a supernatural addition to human nature.

Action vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between action and pandemonism

is that action is something done so as to accomplish a purpose while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

As an interjection action

is demanding or signifying the start of something, usually an act or scene of a theatric performance.

As a verb action

is (management) to act on a request etc, in order to put it into effect.

Concrete vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between concrete and pandemonism

is that concrete is a building material created by mixing cement, water, and aggregate including gravel and sand while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

As an adjective concrete

is particular, perceivable, real.

As a verb concrete

is to cover with or encase in concrete; often constructed as concrete over .

Abstract vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between abstract and pandemonism

is that abstract is an abridgement or summary while pandemonism is belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

As an adjective abstract

is (obsolete) derived; extracted .

As a verb abstract

is to separate; to disengage .

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