Such a committee can judge people in full, not as an atomistic collection of receipts and isolated life events.
A deeper insight into the relations prevailing here is offered from the atomistic point of view.
Education needs to shift from the atomistic view that isolates subjects from the whole of reality to a holistic perspective.
But the basic structure of Shoshone society remained diffuse and atomistic.
This atomistic view of nature can not, for one moment, be regarded as or explained by an error of the reason.
Its defects lie in its "atomistic view of industry and politics."
The revolution, the atomistic revolution, is inevitable: but what are those smallest indivisible elements of human society?
Democritus, the laughing philosopher, founder of the atomistic theory, 5th century B. C.
This atomistic hypothesis goes furthest of all the different views as to the extension of consciousness.
His theory of experience, therefore, closely parallels the atomistic theory of matter.
1809, in reference to the classical philosophical doctrine of atomism (1670s); modern philosophical sense (logical atomism) traces to 1914 and Bertrand Russell.