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e skuh tuh lo ji kuhl

  • a  of or relating to or dealing with or regarding the ultimate destiny of mankind and the world

  • His joy over the eschatological future does not render him blind to the scandalous present.
  • Omar's and Osama's are just as expansive, just as eschatological, and yet no more crazy than Hitler's dream of the Thousand-Year Reich or Napoleon's of dominion over all Europe.
  • First, it is too eschatological, too concerned with the second coming of Christ at the world's end to be able to see the relevancies and relativities of politics here and now.

  • Robert Wistrich in Jerusalem Post
    In his book A Lethal Obsession, scholar of anti-Semitism Robert Wistrich argues that "Western decision-makers have not fully internalized the jihadist and eschatological dimensions of Iranian policy - the full implications of its underlying...
  • Norman Mailer in Chicago Tribune
    And of 1968, Mailer writes, "The country was in a throe, a species of eschatological heave."

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