Totality may refer to:
- The coverage of the sun during a solar eclipse.
- Totality Corporation, a former professional services provider acquired by Verizon
- The period during which an eclipse is total
- A philosophical concept; see Absolute (philosophy)
- The "Totality", a fictional alien entity in the Star Trek universe
- (Astronomy) the state or period of an eclipse when light from the eclipsed body is totally obscured
- Whether or not a function is total.
Other articles related to "totality":
... was deep enough to be seen from a large portion of southern Africa, with over 50% totality at Cape Town, South Africa approximately 410 PM ... coast the maximum point displayed 73.5% totality, as compared to Cape Town's 51% totality ...
... moments before and after the eclipse totality, Their movement is caused by atmospheric winds ... notes shadow bands visible just before and after totality at some eclipses ... recalled shadow bands as one of the highlights "As the totality approached, a strange fluctuation of light was seen upon the walls and the ground, so striking that in some places children ran ...
... Totality then begins with the diamond ring effect, the last bright flash of sunlight ... the Sun's photosphere is completely covered by the Moon, and not before or after totality ... At the end of totality, the same effects will occur in reverse order, and on the opposite side of the Moon ...
... of things that are essentially ordered is impossible, as the totality of caused things that are essentially caused is itself caused, and so it is caused by some cause which is not a part of the ...
... Totality will be visible in a narrow strip of land in North America, beginning at the Pacific coast, then crossing northern Mexico through the states of Sinaloa, Durango and Coahuila, in the United States, through ... In Canada, the path of totality will pass over parts of southern Ontario (including Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Kingston, and Cornwall), parts of southern ... that some of these cities listed lie on an edge of the path of totality, such as Hamilton and Montréal ...
Famous quotes containing the word totality:
“Socratic man believes that all virtue is cognition, and that all that is needed to do what is right is to know what is right. This does not hold for Mosaic man who is informed with the profound experience that cognition is never enough, that the deepest part of him must be seized by the teachings, that for realization to take place his elemental totality must submit to the spirit as clay to the potter.”
—Martin Buber (18781965)
“The States your mother, your father, the totality of your interests. No discipline can be too severe for the man that denies that by word or deed.”
—H.G. (Herbert George)
“The totality of our so-called knowledge or beliefs, from the most casual matters of geography and history to the profoundest laws of atomic physics or even of pure mathematics and logic, is a man-made fabric which impinges on experience only along the edges. Or, to change the figure, total science is like a field of force whose boundary conditions are experience.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)