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Definition of Pantheistical
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Literary usage of Pantheistical
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1. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1846)
"These facts also prove the nothingness of all material and pantheistical theories, which ascribe to finite beings a self-existing power, and make them ..."
2. Philosophy by James Haig (1861)
"pantheistical Objections.—But some poor bewildered mortal may possibly exclaim, Why this is Pantheism! Is God in every particle of matter, ..."
3. History of the Philosophy of Mind: Embracing the Opinions of All Writers on by Robert Blakey (1850)
"Jouffroy and Damiron are also noticed ; and M. Maret conceives that their philosophical opinions must, if consistently carried out, end in pantheistical ..."
4. American States, Churches, and Slavery by Joshua Rhodes Balme (1862)
"... us an open door with his own instrumentalities and agencies, one of us could chase a thousand of the pro-slavery, pantheistical, or brute force men. ..."
5. The Western Messenger: Devoted to Religion, Life, and Literature by Western Unitarian Association (1841)
"I shall merely say that there are some texts in the Bible which sound so pantheistical, that I am convinced they are interpolations. ..."
6. The Methodist Review (1879)
"This reminds one of the pantheistical occasionalism of the Cartesian school ... To the same purport and with the same pantheistical trend of thought we have ..."