1、theo- + -sophy.
2、含义：wisdom concerning God or things divine, knowledge about God and nature obtained through mystical study.
- theosophy (n.)
- 1640s (implied in theosophical), "knowledge of divine things obtained through mystic study," from Medieval Latin theosophia (c.880), from Late Greek theosophia (c.500) "wisdom concerning God or things divine," from Greek theosophos "one wise about God," from theos "god" (see theo-) + sophia "skill, knowledge of, acquaintance with; philosophy," from sophos "wise, learned" (see sophist).
Applied variously over the years, including to the followers of Swedenborg. Taken as the name of a modern philosophical system (sometimes called Esoteric Buddhism), founded in New York 1875 as "Theosophical Society" by Madame Blavatsky and others, which has elements of Hinduism and Buddhism and claims supernatural knowledge of the divinity and his words deeper than that obtained from empiricism. Related: Theosophist.
- 1. Theosophy is the result of the scientific development in the west society.
- 2. Through Theosophy and Anthroposophy, the concept of Atlantis also entered Nazi Mysticism.
- 尽管是见神论和人智学, 亚特兰蒂斯的概念也进入纳粹神秘主义.
- 3. Theosophy and Anthroposophy, the concept of Atlantis also entered Nazi Mysticism.
- 只管是见神论和人智学, 亚特兰蒂斯的观点也进入法西斯神秘主义.
- 4. Theosophy, an approach to transform vedic knowledge into western thinking.
- 接神论, 是将吠陀知识转换成西方思想的一条途径.
- 5. Theosophy became after the thirties a shadow of the former mind - swaying movement.
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