pantheism


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pan·the·ism

 (păn′thē-ĭz′əm)
n.
1. A doctrine identifying the Deity with the universe and its phenomena.
2. Belief in and worship of all gods.

pan′the·ist n.
pan′the·is′tic, pan′the·is′ti·cal adj.
pan′the·is′ti·cal·ly adv.

pantheism

(ˈpænθɪˌɪzəm)
n
1. (Theology) the doctrine that God is the transcendent reality of which man, nature, and the material universe are manifestations
2. (Theology) any doctrine that regards God as identical with the material universe or the forces of nature
3. (Theology) readiness to worship all or a large number of gods
ˈpantheist n
ˌpantheˈistic, ˌpantheˈistical adj
ˌpantheˈistically adv

pan•the•ism

(ˈpæn θiˌɪz əm)

n.
1. the doctrine that God is the transcendent reality of which the material world and humanity are only manifestations.
2. any religious belief or philosophical doctrine that identifies God with the universe.
[1725–35; < French panthéisme]
pan′the•ist, n.
pan`the•is′tic, pan`the•is′ti•cal, adj.
pan`the•is′ti•cal•ly, adv.

pantheism

1. the belief that identifies God with the universe.
2. the belief that God is the only reality, transcending all, and that the universe and everything in it are mere manifestations of Him. — pantheist, n., adj.pantheistic, adj.
See also: Religion
the identification of God with the universe as His manifestation. — pantheist, n.
See also: God and Gods
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pantheism - (rare) worship that admits or tolerates all gods
theism - the doctrine or belief in the existence of a God or gods
2.pantheism - the doctrine or belief that God is the universe and its phenomena (taken or conceived of as a whole) or the doctrine that regards the universe as a manifestation of God
theism - the doctrine or belief in the existence of a God or gods
Translations
panteismus
panteisme
panteismo
panteismi
panteizam
algyðistrú
panteisme
panteizm
panteism
panteizmus
panteism
panteizm
泛神論

pantheism

[ˈpænθiːɪzəm] Npanteísmo m

pantheism

[ˈpænθiɪzəm] npanthéisme m

pantheism

nPantheismus m

pantheism

[ˈpænθɪˌɪzm] npanteismo
References in classic literature ?
Pantheism is the child of light; mist engenders faith in near protectors.
It has degenerated into pantheism, but has again emerged.
Sometimes our own elite opinion seems to be shopping for a new religion: I have read books in the last year pitching versions of Buddhism, pantheism and paganism to the post-Christian educated set.
Corrington has offered various labels for his ever-evolving philosophical system, including "ecstatic naturalism," "aesthetic naturalism," and now "deep pantheism.
He also ignores Tocqueville's worries about the pantheism that emerges when individuals alone determine religious truth.
He asserts in one place, "theistic evolutionists get their pantheism honest" (p.
Abstract: This paper discusses Cadamer's interpretation of Cusanus' concept of verbum focusing on three metaphysical problems: pantheism, the spirit as image of Cod, Being as the word.
Carnivorous Pantheism would perhaps characterize the religious underpinnings of this vision of Nature.
To address these issues, while simultaneously avoiding accusations of overt atheism, Tieck rewrites orthodox biblical figures into different situations and assigns them altered personalities, all with the goal of demonstrating a Romantic notion of spiritual and aesthetic pantheism.
It represents a middle-ground position between pantheism and classical theism.
41) This can be seen through the absence in his works of three main themes: pantheism, republicanism and freemasonry.
His work is not infused with a reverent pantheism nor does it overtly seek objective correlatives for a literal-as-metaphorical bilingualism; it does, however, share a willingness to allow life to lead to perceptions and knowledge that would otherwise be missed by the arrogating methods of the current avant-garde who appropriate the actual and force upon it a plasticity to be molded by the self-centered imagination.