pantheist


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someone who believes that God and the universe are the same

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However, the pantheism-debate regarding Cusanus is not relevant only for an evaluation, from a historical view point, of the pantheist tendency in German philosophy.
The concept of pantheism itself sprang a year later, in Socinianism Truly Stated, by a pantheist (1705).
At the same time, even when Dickinson seems most in tune with the nineteenth-century waning of Christian faith in the face of attacks on it both from adherents of a purely scientific or naturalistic worldview and from other sources (such as the pantheist expositions of Transcendentalism), she retains both an undiminished religious sensibility and, indeed, a supra-natural orientation--shown often enough in poems (and comments in letters) that scorn the notion that scientific discoveries could ever contradict or delegitimize the fact and truth of a sacred or divine realm of being.
Here, however, I am not arguing that Machen was a card-carrying Dark Pantheist, nor that such a complicated novel could be reduced to an unambiguous endorsement of this or that philosophy (with the exception, perhaps, of Machen's own).
In this sense, the problem of the pantheist risk is badly put: the Spinozist syntagma Deus sive (or) natura does not mean "God = nature": the sive (whether sive derives from the conditional and concessive si or the anaphoric sic) expresses the modalization, that is, the neutralizing and the failure as much of identity as of difference.
Spinoza was viewed alternately as an atheist or a pantheist or a deist.
This is explained most clearly in "Through Creation to the Creator," by noted Orthodox author Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware) of Diokdeia He writes, "I cannot accept any worldview that identifies God with the universe, and for that reason I cannot be a pantheist.
You, Egoist, or Pantheist, or Arminian, busy in making straight paths for your feet on the hills, do not see it clearly,--this terrible question which men here have gone mad and died trying to answer" (Davis 14).
De Chardin was also a pantheist, who claimed that everything is God.
Hasana Sharp opens her Spinoza and the Politics of Renaturalization by listing that philosopher's 'many posthumous births' (1) as atheist, theist, pantheist, rationalist, and so on.
Focusing on Lawrence's post-war output, Sagar traces the development of this quasi-religious quest through a number of stages: the rebel, the Priest of Love, the Socialist Utopian, the Pantheist.
In a pantheist approach that regards Allah and the universe as unified and following from the fact that lale (the Turkish word for tulip) is composed of the letters L, A, L, H, that is two Ls, one A and one H, Sufis sanctify the tulip.
He sketches the way in which the theory of evolution, which he sees as a product of the pantheist philosophy of romanticism, has lead to a variety of philosophical and theological responses in the West.
One of the things to learn from Meyer is to be a nitpicking historian and also to be a pantheist with a certain ecstasy.
2) These portrayals of Muir as a pantheist or Eastern mystic were quickly questioned by scholars such as Ronald Limbaugh, who argued that "the bane of most of Muir's recent biographers" had been their "failure to differentiate between Christian apostasy and anti-denominationalism" (19).