Existance vs. Existence

By Jaxson

  • Existence

    Existence is the ability of an entity to interact with physical or mental reality.

    In philosophy, it refers to the ontological property of being.

  • Existance (noun)

    misspelling of existence

  • Existence (noun)

    The state of being, existing, or occurring; beinghood.


    “In order to destroy evil, we must first acknowledge its existence.”

  • Existence (noun)

    Empirical reality; the substance of the physical universe. (Dictionary of Philosophy; 1968)

  • Existence (noun)

    the fact or state of living or having objective reality

    “the organization has been in existence for fifteen years”

  • Existence (noun)

    continued survival

    “she kept the company alive when its very existence was threatened”

  • Existence (noun)

    a way of living

    “our stressed-out urban existence”

  • Existence (noun)

    (in certain beliefs) any of a person’s successive earthly lives

    “a person may be reaping the consequences of evil deeds sown in previous existences”

  • Existence (noun)

    all that exists

    “he believed in the essential unity of all existence”

  • Existence (noun)

    something that exists; a being.

Oxford Dictionary

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