macrocosm definition

  • noun:
    • The entire world; the universe.
    • a method reflecting on a big scale among its component methods or components.
    • A complex structure, such as a society, thought to be just one entity which contains numerous comparable, smaller-scale structures.
    • The universe.
    • the fantastic world; that area of the world that will be outside to man; -- contrasted with microcosm, or guy. See microcosm.
    • the truly amazing globe; the universe, or perhaps the visible system of worlds: in opposition to microcosm, and/or little world-constituted by guy. The conception goes to Democritus (born 460 b. c.). See microcosm.
    • the complete mass of such a thing of which guy forms a component; the whole of any division of nature or of real information.
    • exactly what is present everywhere

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