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- adj. Of or relating to pantheism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to pantheism; founded in, or leading to, pantheism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to pantheism; identifying or having a tendency to identify God with the universe.
- Relating to all the gods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to pantheism
Our contemporary mind having once for all grasped the possibility of a more intimate _Weltanschauung_, the only opinions quite worthy of arresting our attention will fall within the general scope of what may roughly be called the pantheistic field of vision, the vision of God as the indwelling divine rather than the external creator, and of human life as part and parcel of that deep reality.
In general they inclined to what is called the pantheistic explanation of the universe.
The religious background to the movie has been described as "pantheistic" but that doesn't seem quite accurate.
A.H. Armstrong says the term "pantheistic" is a "large, vague term of theological abuse," (Armstrong 1976: 187).
And as far as Avatar: saw it in 3-D, was wowed by the special effects, thought the movie itself story, acting, directing, etc. was pretty average, wasn’t too bothered by the so-called pantheistic elements in it – it was just science fiction to me.
It is a dazzling display of luminous atoms, a kind of pantheistic evocation.
It contained a kind of pantheistic theology closely analogous to those of Porphyry and
The symphony is a pantheistic vision of the universe, a gigantic musical poem, a hymn to the natural world in the form of a step-by-step ascent of the great Ladder of Creation.
Leaving aside the inevitable demonising of the military, large corporations and industry, the lionising of noble savages in ecstatic pantheistic harmony with their computer game vegetation – all of which are irritating enough in their own right – the dialogue was so mind-numbingly trite, it make Titanic look like Proust.
Familiar, who denounced the book, calling it a "pantheistic plea, lesbian propaganda, a hootchie-cootchie dance to castration."