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(rare) worship that admits or tolerates all gods

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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

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Such a lack of distinction would mean either that God is pantheistically identified with creation or that creation is incorporated into the divine.
Before Whitman pantheistically resolved to express the divine energy of nature, Very had envisioned himself as the vehicle of the Holy Spirit.
The first element is the mystical belief of ancient Celtic Druids that humanity and divinity share pantheistically in the landscape.
The radical and intrinsic individuality that each human person has as a result of his or her unique personal essence excludes any such (often pantheistically understood) Allgeist as well as any of the extrinsic individuating principles that go with it.
A similar situation, in which the lovers' sexuality almost pantheistically expands into and assimilates the surrounding environment, arguably seeking to achieve a permanent continuity of sensations, emerges first in the sixth letter ("Il bacio nuotato"), where the two merge and dissolve into the sea, losing their identities and becoming one with the water: