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  • In opposition to a Hegelian emanationist epistemology, briefly,

    Asthmatic

  • Thus, he rejects Avicenna's so-called “emanationist” doctrine of creation, according to which, as he puts it, God creates from nothing only one thing, the first intelligence (or spiritual being), which in turn creates the next intelligence, and so on until the tenth or agent intelligence is reached, the creator of souls and the sensible world.

    William of Auvergne

  • One is its emanationist theory of creation and the descent of divine effluence into the world.

    Gershom Scholem

  • Based on this, my own version of Integralism will be in my book in progress Integral Metaphysics and Transformation, which presents an emanationist, evolutionary, and transformative worldview inspired primarily by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother but also equally incorporating other esoteric and exoteric fields of knowledge and practice.

    Integral Yoga "begins and ends with" The Mother

  • Based on this, my own version of Integralism will be in my book in progress Integral Metaphysics and Transformation, which presents an emanationist, evolutionary, and transformative worldview inspired primarily by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother but also equally incorporating other esoteric and exoteric fields of knowledge and practice.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • So far as Lao Tzu has a doctrine of creation it too is emanationist.

    Pantheism

  • It is therefore seen as in keeping with the central tenets of pantheism, and where pantheists adhere to a doctrine of creation it tends to be emanationist.

    Pantheism

  • Thus, although Macquarrie is right in claiming that the emanationist view of creation

    Pantheism

  • In this passage Delmedigo casts doubt on the Kabbalah's legitimacy, informs Pico that the emanationist doctrine of the

    Elijah Delmedigo

  • This suspicion was nurtured by the fact that Maimonides explicitly accepted the Neo-Platonic emanationist view of the eternal effluence (shefa) from the source above as the explanation of the continuous dynamism in the world.

    Elijah Delmedigo

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