Meaning of asunderness in English:

asunderness

Pronunciation /əˈsʌndənəs/

noun

Philosophy
  • In Hegelian philosophy: mutual externality; the state of being separate or apart from one another that characterizes things, especially inorganic things, in the natural, material world (as opposed to the unity which characterizes the Idea).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Blackwood's Magazine. From asunder + -ness, after German Außereinandersein.