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Synonyms for pantheistic

of or relating to pantheism


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As Levertov writes her "Mass," however, one feels the tension between the traditional orthodox Christian structure and Levertov's more pantheistic beliefs.
Several passages in which Miller perceives Emerson and especially Thoreau operating under a pagan belief system testify to the strength of nineteenth-century American pantheism; his technique creates a powerful cumulative effect, so that by the time readers encounter Thoreau writing about a Sunday sunset in which Apollo, "It]he Scene-shifter saw fit to close the drama of the day" (190), they have been so inundated with pantheistic utterances that they may, with Miller, spurn a metaphorical interpretation and take the writer's reference to a pagan god as a statement of faith.
Pneumatology in Einstein's universe is confronted with unitarian, pantheistic, and impersonal tendencies, since "spirit" is understood primarily in terms of essence and not person.
16) This concept of God is gnostic and pantheistic.
Suck was a display of pantheistic and revolutionary Schtupping.
Some imprudently and indiscreetly hold that evolution, which has not been fully proved even in the domain of natural sciences, explains the origin of all things, and audaciously support the monistic and pantheistic opinion that the world is in continual evolution," he wrote.
From Walt Whitman and the great Transcendentalist poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, he took the pantheistic philosophy of his 1920s series of clouds, the Equivalents.
Hegel's pantheistic monism; the writings of David Strauss, Ludwig Feuerbach, and Friedrich Nietzsche; and the secular Christianity of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
But I felt pantheistic then--your heart beat in my ribs and mine in yours, and both in God's.
Although later German philosophers were convulsed with the implications of whether Spinoza's system was pantheistic or atheistic, his major contribution, according to Gilles Deleuze, was "the laying out of a common plane of immanence on which all bodies, all minds and all individuals are situated.
Jennifer Rycenga, too, focuses on lyrics--those of Yes's Jon Anderson--but her analysis explores how "a pantheistic neopagan immanent cosmology" (p.
Simultaneously, the early mood of pessimism receded in favor of a more positive, almost pantheistic viewpoint, which in Sanningsbarriaren (1978; Eng.
Love, in a pantheistic sense, is the secret glue that holds together, as one, the diverse exhibitions of "his" powers, whether "scientific" or "ceremonial.
When the first reports of Crane's death reached him, Winters wrote to Tate that "if it was suicide, he at least had the courage of his convictions, whatever cloudy notions they were based on, & definitely called the bluff of a hundred-odd years of hypocritical pantheistic mysticism.
I am one of the few "identifiable" priests working among these men, most of whom are deeply spiritual but find their inspiration in a more pantheistic ecospirituality.