One may be described as polytheistic pantheism.
Illustration of polytheism, monotheism, and pantheism commingling.
It is the struggle of pantheism against theism.
Warren can occupy is that of spiritualistic Pantheism.
Other dramatists have hinted this pantheism before Maeterlinck.
Pantheism as Pantheism may be viewed statically or dynamically.
It is a little step from syncretism to pantheism.
He was a monotheist, but his monotheism was pantheism.
The burden of doctrine is the unconditioned or realistic, pantheism.
Deism and Pantheism have become the two poles of theology.
Pantheism was presented so invitingly that I went home a pantheist.
From all this emerges a refutation of monism and of pantheism.
The philosophical principles of the poem are those of a Stoical Pantheism.
Into practical pantheism, and into the deification of human reason it does run.
Their direct repudiation of pantheism may not be apparent to Western minds.
What is commonly understood by pantheism is the deification of the universe.
Where pantheism is pure, it admits no sensuous representation and proscribes images.
The theist accepts all the truth of pantheism, but avoids the error.
It seems, at first sight, to confine itself to denying theism and pantheism.
This is rather a relief after overdoses of Wordsworth's pantheism and Keats's paganism.
It is just here that Buddhism is on the side of modern pantheism and immanence.
The rhapsodies of spiritual pantheism must, indeed, be met by metaphysics equally transcendental.
It is wholly pantheistic in its teaching, having points of resemblance with German pantheism.
It has none of the omnivorous exultation of Walt Whitman or the fiery pantheism of Shelley.
The pantheism of the Brahmans was better than the godless materialism of the Chinese.
The first seven propositions briefly express the errors on pantheism, naturalism, and absolute rationalism.
In theology, the dominant philosophical idea of each of these epochs results in pantheism, polytheism, theism.
With no stupid pantheism to befuddle her, she yet felt the earth a living thing.
The former of these was primarily a Sufi, and shows a strong inclination towards pantheism.
That is a firm principle of Monism, which, on its religious side, we may also denominate Pantheism.
Deism and pantheism therefore, pushed to their legitimate consequences, are transformed and united in the truth.
As a consequence of these truths came the condemnation of atheism, materialism, pantheism, naturalism and rationalism.
Augustine both alike held the truths which deism and pantheism exaggerate into the destruction of religion.
Animism, theism, pantheism, are destined to fall under the domination of what may be called moralism.
In describing it, too, he drowns all definiteness and character in the flood of mystic pantheism.
If by pantheism you mean anything that would not fit with that, we are not pantheists.
Such worship, I repeat, is not what we commonly imply either by paganism or by pantheism.
The other idea is a sort of monarchical pantheism, of which the vanishing point is a republic.
In the not far distant past deism and pantheism served as a polite subterfuge for atheism.
These pregnant suggestions of his induce a mood sympathetic with the deeper and subtler chords of pantheism.
Precisely the same character of a gorgeous Pantheism is still impressed on the most modern Persian poems.
Their religion, like that of all Aryan peoples, was a pantheism founded upon the phenomena of nature.
To call Fichte's system an ethical pantheism and monism is not to say much that is enlightening.
It is Yankee wit and shrewdness on one side, and Oriental devoutness, pantheism, and symbolism on the other.
He believed, of course, in a deity, an immanent deity; his was a pleasing sort of personal pantheism.
Different modifications of this belief are found, some approaching very close to pantheism and others to complete theism.
It means that views as to theism and pantheism are indifferent for the attainment of this happy state.
Whittaker, he is markedly pantheistic in his latest work of all, though his pantheism is not merely naturalistic.
At the same time the Peripatetics of the Lyceum united the pantheism of the Stoics to their own theism.
The generation that succeeded them is endeavoring to restore the balance between unblushing pantheism and the earlier mysticism.
This Unitarian theism, it may be remarked, is often seen to approximate to, or become absorbed into, pantheism or agnosticism.
The questions at issue lie not between theists and pantheists, but between those who alike reject Pantheism as erroneous.
Behind this simple and almost universal hero-worship was a religion compounded of pantheism and a peculiar kind of spiritualism.
Despite her affection for him, she more than suspected him of a pagan pantheism, which she termed atheistical.
Another demoralizing type of speculation which has exerted a wide influence in many ages and on many nations is pantheism.
Her subjective immortality derived much of its acceptableness and beauty from those poetic phases given to it by idealistic pantheism.
Every theologian was obliged to stop the pursuit of logic by force, before it dragged him into paganism and pantheism.
He confined himself mainly to pointing out the tendency of the evolution doctrine in this form toward agnosticism and pantheism.
All Greek philosophy, except where it drifted into pantheism or pure materialism, was more or less influenced by this tendency.
The name of Aristotle had been associated with pantheism for many years, on account of the Arabian versions of his teaching.
Give us either Deism or Pantheism, and not an incongruous mixture, and then we will know on what ground to meet you.
It means freeing that peculiar set of dogmas loosely called scientific, dogmas of monism, of pantheism, or of Arianism, or of necessity.
What Positivism declares to be impossible, Pantheism seeks to accomplish; what Positivism forbids man to seek, Pantheism promises to give him.
What could it end in but anthropomorphism, or pantheism, or, rejecting both, a Religion of Humanity, with a background of an imbecile Unknowable?
The Franciscans and the Jesuits call it pantheism, but science, too, is pantheism, or has till very recently been wholly pantheistic.
At epochs and among classes where pride and ambition of intellect reign without bounds, Rationalism and Pantheism are received with favor.
If the Greek schools were infected with materialism, pantheism, and atheism, the later progress of philosophy has shown the same characters.
How should moralism, that frowns on this wicked world, be reconciled with pantheism and optimism, that hug it to their bosom?
The term has been often loosely used as equivalent with infidelity generally, with deism, with pantheism, and with the denial of immortality.
While theism and pantheism appear to be permanent phases in the philosophy of religion, deism is the peculiar product of the eighteenth century.
They follow, so far as modern circumstances permit, the ancient ritual and are apparent polytheists while accepting pantheism as the higher truth.
And if the belief in the immortality of the soul has been unable to find vindication in rational empiricism, neither is it satisfied with pantheism.
It restrained the deists from falling into the forms of subtle pantheism previously noticed, and the atheism which will hereafter meet us.
At the root of this imaginative construction there is always either theism or pantheism. Mystical imagination has often and erroneously been identified with religious imagination.
This is the great and solemn truth that lies at the foundation of the awful and debasing perversions of Pantheism in its countless forms.
Or if we take Nirvana to mean such reabsorption of the finite into the infinite as that predicted by Indian pantheism, again our idea is foreign to Buddhism.
You need not fear my falling into what you call the Pantheism of the moralists; it is every way too cold for my hot blood.
Its religion, if not supplanted, was at least adulterated by the influence of the mystic pantheism and the stately ritual which surrounded them.
Beethoven, it is true, set masses; but he was essentially a Theist, if not Pantheist (unconscious pantheism, we take it, is the soul of his music).
We are told that her mind long wavered between the two, though pantheism was less acceptable than theism, on account of its moral indifference.
How far such an interpretation may favor pantheism, or imperil personality, or involve a doctrine of "pre-existence," or of innate ideas, is not for us here to discuss.
In their proselytizing activity they tried to assimilate to their pantheism the mythological religion of the masses, and thus they became the philosophical supporters of idolatry.
And, from the standpoint of psychological evolution, he must of course consider pantheism as an advance upon monotheism, and must further regard agnosticism as an advance upon both.
In the pantheism of Scandinavian mythology, which, though less seductive, is less comprehensive than that of the Greeks, all that she heard assumed a mysterious existence.
As a theologian his views are definite and comprehensive, thoroughly evangelical and uncompromisingly opposed to the materialistic pantheism, and philosophical and scientific skepticism of the present day.
He may have desired to know, for himself, whether there was any truth in the dreamy and fascinating pantheism which inspired so much of the Egyptian superstition.
With Pantheism likewise I was on my guard against its being lack of courage, rather than a conviction of its untruth, which held me back from embracing it.
And thus language, which has been consecrated to the service of religion for a long series of centuries, is degraded to the unworthy purpose of insinuating pantheism and agnosticism.
We need not be on our guard against pantheism in reading the Spanish mystics; they show no tendency to obliterate the dividing lines of personality, or to deify sinful humanity.
At his brightest moments he gives expression to a vague pantheism, but all his views of the power that lies behind life are obscured and perturbed by skeptical despondency.
India has its own panorama of religions, from the animistic practice of the tribes of the jungle and the hills, up to the refined pantheism of the philosophical school.
They adopted pantheism in all its grossness: everything that exists eats, drinks, and voids excrement; even minerals and liquids assimilate food, and eliminate what they do not incorporate.
He is truly an Apostle of Protest, but in spite of his positivist contradictions and his materialistic pantheism, he opens up a mine of suggestions to the literary and philosophical student.
Thus, instead of overcoming the Positive philosophy, German thought gravitated to the same result, with this difference perhaps, that it assumed the form of pantheism rather than of atheism.
Before proceeding to examine into the grounds of this, it will be necessary to lay down definitely the bearing of the present argument on the principles of atheism, pantheism, and theism.
Tending to idealistic pantheism, but without systematic philosophy, all his writings are most suggestive, and he is always the champion of mental freedom, self-reliance, and the free pursuit of science.
It does not appear there was any danger in holding and singing Sufi Pantheism, so long as the poet made his salaam to Mohammed at the beginning and end of his song.
A hundred generations have been engaged in transmuting the monotheism with which the human race started, into the pantheism and polytheism in which the great majority of it is now involved.
For instance, she tries to show that animal magnetism, spiritualism, mental science, theosophy, agnosticism, pantheism and infidelity are all bad things and opposed to the science of "true being."
To appreciate this theory in all its grandeur, richness, and utility, the shade of pantheism it seems to contain is no hindrance to me; it seems inseparable from the German mind.