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Ascription  n.  The act of ascribing, imputing, or affirming to belong; also, that which is ascribed.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Ascription" Quotes from Famous Books



... those other means of proof, and therefore must be dropped. In the case under discussion, however, the thine; to be inferred is something not guaranteed by any other means of proof, viz. a person capable of constructing the entire universe; here there is nothing to interfere with the ascription to such a person of all those qualities which, on the basis of methodical inference, necessarily belong to it.—The conclusion from all this is that, apart from Scripture, the existence of a Lord does not admit ...
— The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja - Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48 • Trans. George Thibaut

... the end of a sermon, beginning, "And now to God the Father," etc. During the Ascription the people stand and at the end ...
— The American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia • William James Miller

... VIEW OF EPIDEMICS AND SANITATION. The recurrence of great pestilences Their early ascription to the wrath or malice of unseen powers Their real cause want of hygienic precaution Theological apotheosis of filth Sanction given to the sacred theory of pestilence by Pope Gregory the Great Modes of propitiating the higher ...
— History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom • Andrew Dickson White

... vegetation: it can only be to foster and promote it. Therefore the being which has just been destroyed—the so-called Death—must be supposed to be endowed with a vivifying and quickening influence, which it can communicate to the vegetable and even the animal world. This ascription of a life-giving virtue to the figure of Death is put beyond a doubt by the custom, observed in some places, of taking pieces of the straw effigy of Death and placing them in the fields to make the crops grow, or in the manger to make the cattle thrive. Thus in Spachendorf, a village ...
— The Golden Bough - A study of magic and religion • Sir James George Frazer

... in attributing these lines, which form part of a Canzone beginning "Io miro i crespi e gli biondi capegli," to Dante. Neither external nor internal evidence supports such an ascription. The Canzone is attributed in the MSS. either to Fazio degli Uberti, or to Bindo Borrichi da Siena, but was not assigned to Dante before 1518 (Canzoni di Dante, etc. [Colophon]. Impresso in Milano per Augustino da Vimercato ... MCCCCCXVIII ...). See, too, Il Canzoniere di Dante ... ...
— The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 4 • Lord Byron



Words linked to "Ascription" :   zoomorphism, categorisation, ascribe, unascribable, animatism, externalization, unattributable, sorting, externalisation, imputation, attribution, classification, categorization, attributable



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