See also: équipollence
- The condition of being equipollent; equality of power, force, signification, or application.
1906, Mary Baker Eddy, “Chapter VI — Science, Theology, Medicine”, in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Harper and Row, page 110:
- Thus it was that I beheld, as never before, the awful unreality called evil. The equipollence of God brought to light another glorious proposition, — man’s perfectibility and the establishment of the kingdom of heaven on earth.
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Boyle to this entry?)
- (logic) Sameness of signification of two or more propositions which differ in language.
the condition of being equipollent