Definition of nowness in English:



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‘In spite of the crispness and perpetually constructed nowness of data that that appears on screen with each electrical pulse, no matter when it was written, faithfully reconstructed images of the past now fade with their familiarity.’
  • ‘Several wise minds weighed in with their own interpretations of nowness and nature, and, to heighten the moment, the instructor read aloud from the preface to Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass.’
  • ‘The nowness of everything is absolutely wondrous.’
  • ‘Newness and nowness lends successful Pop a temporary sheen that is quickly tarnished.’
  • ‘Santayana offered another metaphor: ‘The essence of nowness runs like fire along the fuse of time.’’