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  • In a theosophic manner; toward, or from the point of view of, theosophy.

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  • adverb In a theosophic or theosophical way.


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theosophic +‎ -ally or theosophical +‎ -ly


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  • Similarly with the Christian sacraments: these magic rites, had they been established in India among a people theosophically minded, might have furnished cues to high transcendental mysteries.

    The Life of Reason George Santayana 1907

  • In Italy and Spain it had assumed a form partly bucolic and idyllic, partly theosophically mystical; Shakespeare's plays had brought sympathy to maturity in

    The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times Alfred Biese 1893

  • But all of them, in terms of theosophically speaking, are vividly pointing to sensitivity, which is a very difficult situation.

    Modern Guitars Magazine 2009

  • Liberty” (1809), a less dialectically developed, indeed, than theosophically-portrayed, though certainly deeply suggestive, presentation of the presuppositions and bases of a system of philosophical ethics. —

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics. 1819-1870 1873


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