Macrocosm [noun]

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Does it stand to reason that the knowledge of ourselves should interest us less than that of the macrocosm, the external world?

In short, each monad is a kind of deity in itself—a microcosm representing all the great features of the macrocosm.

The Nous is in fact the god within, and it bears to the microcosm Man the relation which the infinite God bears to the macrocosm.

He thought that “each plant was in a sympathetic relation with the Macrocosm and consequently with the Microcosm.”

The universe consists of three worlds; the archetypal (God), the macrocosm (the world), the microcosm (man).

Sutter walked forward slowly, aware in a vague way that he had entered another plane that was at once a microcosm and a macrocosm.

From whence did she derive the theory of macrocosm and microcosm?

You've seen in the microcosm, as I have in the macrocosm that all life is one.

He sees the drama of life from a point of view entirely different from that of the novelist born in the macrocosm.

And that which he realizes as his own real being exhausts the being of the whole world, the macrocosm.