Definition of demiurgical in English:



  • See demiurge

    • ‘It is easy to be impressed with our demiurgical abilities and to believe we can mold digital technology however we desire.’
    • ‘By contrast, the world we inhabit was created by a lesser, demiurgical being, and is nothing more than a rough, asymmetrical copy of the ‘real’ world.’
    • ‘But the tree of life becomes a vehicle of bondage and dependence established by the demiurgical realm.’
    • ‘Literary historians are fond of abundantly demiurgical years in a poet's career, particularly the last years before an untimely death, such as those of John Keats and Wilfred Owen.’
    • ‘Barney's demiurgical universe of the nearly normal and utterly bizarre makes viewers anxious for more.’