from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In anc. philos., the intimate union of the soul with God in contemplation, which was considered attainable by the newer Platonists. Similar ideas are entertained by the philosophers of India, and by many religious sects.
- noun A mixture of the worship of different gods.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A mixture of the worship of different gods, as of Jehovah and idols.
- noun (Philos.) An intimate union of the soul with God in contemplation, -- an ideal of the Neoplatonists and of some Oriental mystics.
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Interaction, admixture, and conflationof divine principles.
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theo- ("god") (from Ancient Greek θεός (theos, "god")) + -crasy ("mixing") (from Ancient Greek κρᾶσις (krasis, "mixing”, “tempering"))
If, God forbid, Iran joins the nuclear club, its repressive theocrasy would perpetuate its survival.