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a mystical or allegorical interpretation (especially of Scripture)

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Reading anagogically is not just a function of biblical exegesis; it is a way of reading the entirety of creation as teleologically ordered to its consummation in its Triune creator.
Seeing and making are therefore one activity of the "habit of art" To see the world truthfully is already to draw it, like the child, anagogically.
It is only when Fortune has destroyed the sole reflection of himself that he begins to see with the child's eyes, that is, anagogically.
And thus Thuno's claim that the Sant' Ambrogio altar could work both anagogically, from a distance, and pedagogically, to a viewer who was close enough to read the narrative images, is intriguing, but seriously weakened by Thuno's decision to offer no details regarding the precise placement of the altar, or the access that specific viewers had to it.
Hans-Georg Gadamer has gone so far as to suggest that the content of religious and ethical discourses is a mode of aesthetic knowledge of reality that is distinct from but no less "true" than scientific analysis; nature, he proposed, can rightly be read anagogically as well as analytically.
45) In the ninth century, Rabanus Maurus argued that allegorically Jerusalem could be understood as standing for the current church; tropologically it stood for the faithful soul, while anagogically it was the celestial home.
Yet the relevance of that anagogically rich passage in Corinthians 13:12 becomes an obvious guiding principle for both Pearl and Faces: the Pearl Maiden claims that souls in heaven no longer see as in a glass, darkly (Pearl 859), and the passage from which the novel's title is taken directs us to that final end, until: "I saw well why the gods do not speak to us openly, nor let us answer.
The adept who has been able to appreciate t-t-t within that ook Right receives grace, qualifies as a spiritual religious person, and goes into the blisse of hevene (912), anagogically, that is.
anagogically, it is the joys of the heavenly mansion, for which the Psalmist sighed, when he said: "Blessed are they that dwell in your house, O Lord; they shall praise you for ever and ever.