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- n. A person who believes in pantheism.
- adj. Of or relating to pantheism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who holds to pantheism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who holds the doctrine of pantheism; one who believes that God and the universe are identical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who believes that God and the universe are the same
- adj. of or relating to pantheism
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His admiration for Shintoism would seem to indicate that the appellation pantheist might be the closest thing that accurately describes his religious views.
I wonder if it might not be argued that the pantheist is more “honest” in his articulation.
The name pantheist was introduced by John Toland (1670-1722) in his
A pantheist might be a kind of existentialist with regard to questions like "Why is there anything at all?"
Technically Whitman may be classified as a pantheist -- a believer in a divine spirit manifested in the universe and permeating every part of it -- though his philosophy is by no means identical with that of Spinoza or any other pantheistic thinker.
To this day Bruno is ordinarily termed a pantheist, and his theory, which in the light of much fuller knowledge I am advocating,
He (possibly) coined the term "pantheist" and used it as a synonym for "Spinozist."
A kind of pantheist grandeur made me one with the village, so that I felt part of its destination; and washed of my fever, ice-cold but alive, it seemed I would never lose it again ....
Pattison he describes as a conservative agnostic or pantheist, meaning by 'conservative' a man who thought it better to preserve old forms.
Old South Church, Whittier, who had been walking to and fro on the piazza just within reach of their voices, finally, came up and said: "I told Manning that the one kind of pantheist he had omitted from his book, was the orthodox pantheist.