synechism

[sin-i-kiz-uhm]
noun
a doctrine of philosophical thinking stressing the importance of the idea of continuity: named and advocated by C. S. Peirce.

Origin:
synech(ia) + -ism

synechist, noun, adjective
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Continuity, or synechism, is important, even crucial, in his philosophy.
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