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synergism (n.)

1650s, "theological doctrine that human will cooperates with divine grace in regeneration" (implying that the fall did not cost the soul all inclination toward holiness), from Modern Latin synergismus, from Greek synergos "working together" (see synergy). Used in non-theological sense "a working together, cooperation" by 1910 (first of medicines).

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Definitions of synergism from WordNet

synergism (n.)
the working together of two things (muscles or drugs for example) to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects;
Synonyms: synergy
synergism (n.)
the theological doctrine that salvation results from the interaction of human will and divine grace;
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