Anagogy

An'a·go`gy noun Same as Anagoge .
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anagogy

Psychic content of an idealistic or spiritual nature. ... Origin: G. Anagoge, fr. An-ago, to lead up ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Anagogy

• (n.) Same as Anagoge.
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anagogy

anagogy 1. Psychic content of an idealistic or spiritual nature. 2. A mystical interpretation of a word passage , or text, especially scriptural exegesis that discovers allusions to heaven or the afterlife.
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anagogy

Type: Term Pronunciation: an-ă-gō′jē Definitions: 1. A rarely used term for psychic content of an idealistic or spiritual nature.
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anagogy

mystical interpretation
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