Definition of Despiritualized
1. despiritualize [v] - See also: despiritualize
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Literary usage of Despiritualized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spiritualism, Its Present-day Meaning: A Symposium by Huntly Carter (1920)
"... despiritualized SPIRITUALISM DR. RF HORTON i. Tirs revival of Spiritualism is due to the widespread longing for the million sons, husbands, ..."
2. Isis Unveiled: A Master Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1919)
"... of the present Adamic race — became despiritualized or tainted with matter, and then, for the first time, was given the fleshly body, which is typified ..."
3. The Contemporary Review (1878)
"It is everywhere assumed that a Church, by its connection with the State, becomes despiritualized. It may " work well," but " depths of degradation and ..."
4. Our New West: Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the by Samuel Bowles (1869)
"... the palate,—so wild and aromatic, indeed, are they that they need some sugar to tone the flavor down to the despiritualized sense of a cultivated taste. ..."
5. Youth & Drugs: Society's Mixed Messages edited by Hank Resnik (1994)
"despiritualized and (after 1966) illegalized, LSD took its place among other potent drugs—cocaine, amphetamines, barbiturates—to which young people resorted ..."
6. Reconstruction in Philosophy by John Dewey (1920)
"There seemed to be left only a harsh, brutal despiritualized exhibition of mechanical forces. As a consequence, it has seemed to many philosophers that one ..."
7. History of the Christian Church by Wilhelm Ernst Möller (1893)
"The victory of the reaction of the old despiritualized Papacy is expressed in the words of Aeneas ..."
8. System of Christian Doctrine by Carl Immanuel Nitzsch (1849)
"It cannot be biblically maintained that man was despiritualized by the fall, and that death is natural to this individual so deprived of spirit, ..."