Definition of ontologically in English:


Pronunciation /-təˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/


See ontological

‘Ontologically speaking, God does exist and therefore can also possess knowledge.’
  • ‘Computer systems may not be able to ontologically reproduce physical entities that have mass.’
  • ‘Priesthood essentially and ontologically changes an ordinary, sinful man into another Christ.’
  • ‘It is this ontologically negating principle that sets the stage for Rabelais's comedy of evil and incongruity.’
  • ‘Do we need, then, to decide whether we should be ontologically and epistemologically objective or subjective?’