Belief in an interior path where an individual gains insight and salvation from special knowledge (for example, ...
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Es`o·ter'i·cism noun Esoteric doctrine or principles.
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• (n.) Esoteric doctrine or principles.
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(from the article `Hellenistic religion`) ...the material was reinterpreted both in light of common Hellenistic ideals and in accord with the special traditions and needs of the diasporic ... The third type of mysticism claims an esoteric knowledge (hereafter called esoterism) that explores the divi...
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Esotericism or Esoterism signifies the holding of esoteric opinions or beliefs, that is, ideas preserved or understood by a small group or those specially initiated, or of rare or unusual interest. The term derives from the Greek ἐσωτερικός (esôterikos), a compound of ἔσω (esô): "w...
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Refers to knowledge suitable only for the advanced, privileged, or initiated, as opposed to exoteric knowledge, which is public. It is used especially for mystical, occult and spiritual viewpoints.
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