External

Definitions of "External"

Relating to, existing on, or connected with the outside or an outer part; exterior. adjective

Suitable for application to the outside. adjective

Existing independently of the mind. adjective

Acting or coming from the outside. adjective

Of or relating chiefly to outward appearance; superficial. adjective

Of or relating to foreign affairs or foreign countries. adjective

An exterior part or surface. noun

Outer circumstances. noun

Outward appearances. noun

Situated on or pertaining to the outside; located in a part of space not occupied by or within the thing referred to.

Outer or outermost; specifically, in zoology, on the side furthest away from the body, from the median line, or from the center of a radially symmetrical form: as, the external side of an insect's leg; the external edge of the carapace; external border, etc.

The word "External" in example sentences

As he puts it in discussing the Sextus 'attitude to the external world, “His own deep skepticism leaves him in a state of epochê, not only as to whether there are any such things as ˜external objects', but even as to whether these terms of the Dogmatists have any intelligible meaning at all.” Ancient Skepticism

This enormous external current must be accompanied by some effect within the fish _equivalent_ to a current, the direction of which is from the tail towards the head, and equal to the sum of _all these external_ forces. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 15 — Science

And (not to mention your having discarded those archetypes) so may you suppose an external archetype on my principles; —external, I mean, to your own mind: though indeed it must be supposed to exist in that Mind which comprehends all things; but then, this serves all the ends of identity, as well as if it existed out of a mind. The Third Dialogue

The term external legal history could better be applied to ‘law in history’ and internal legal history to ‘history of law’. Archive 2008-12-01

The term external legal history could better be applied to ‘law in history’ and internal legal history to ‘history of law’. Lesaffer on the nature of legal history

In this relation, the term external does not signify existence in another place than where I am, nor my resolution and acceptance at another time than the moment in which I have the offer of a thing: it signifies only an object different from or other than myself. The Science of Right

STANLEY KURTZ, NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE: Instead of giving money directly to schools, they gave money to what they called external partners, and these external partners were often pretty radical community organizer groups. CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2008

STANLEY KURTZ, SENIOR FELLOW, ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY CENTER: Instead of giving money directly to schools, they gave men to what they called external partners. CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2008

STANLEY KURTZ, "NATIONAL REVIEW" ONLINE: Instead of giving money directly to schools, they gave money to what they called external partners, and these external partners were often pretty radical community organizer groups. CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2008

He had always held in aversion what he termed external epidemic influences: he now endeavoured to free himself not only from all current conventions, but from every association which he had formerly cherished. Forged Coupon And Other Stories

As a matter of historical fact -- and you will remember that I am treating the question purely from the historical standpoint -- men seem to have inferred the persistence of their personality after death both from the one kind of experience and from the other, that is, both from the phenomena of their inner life and from the phenomena of what we call the external world. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia

When we contemplate the seemingly infinite variety, the endless succession, of events that pass under our observation in what we call the external world, we are led by an irresistible tendency to trace what we call a causal connexion between them. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia

Hence, it is so far less difficult to imagine that mental changes are the cause of bodily changes than _vice versa_; for upon this hypothesis we are starting at least from the substance of immediate knowledge, and not from the reflection of that knowledge in what we call the external world. Mind and Motion and Monism

Therefore, if causation were to be accepted as a possibility either way, it would be less unreasonable to suppose mental changes the causes of material changes than _vice versâ_; for we should then at least be starting from the basis of immediate knowledge, instead of from the reflection of that knowledge in what we call the external world. Mind and Motion and Monism

He had always held in aversion what he termed external epidemic influences: he now endeavoured to free himself not only from all current conventions, but from every association which he had formerly cherished. The Forged Coupon

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