macrocosm macrocosm


  • (n) everything that exists anywhere


  1. As a resident of China I see how this works in the macrocosm too.
  2. The last two are fundamental to four-dimensional spacetime, which deals with the macrocosm of the universe.
  3. The macrocosm of the world should be more like the microcosm of New York.


  • Republicans Have Already Gutted Health Coverage in Their Home States

    The push to shutter the government instead of implementing Obamacare is a macrocosm of a fight Republicans have already won: condemning millions of poor residents of their states to a lack of health care coverage.        
    on October 3, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire


  • "Through my photographs, I will speak about the different layers that exist in the macrocosm of Israeli society and the microcosm of myself as an artist," said Nes, whose work has been shown in Paris and New York, as well as throughout Israel.
    on Dec 22, 2006 By: Adi Nes Source: Ha'aretz

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