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" Mysticism is defined by a modern scientific critic as " a state of mind in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things, hints at mysteries, and regards them as symbols... "
Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine - Página 569
1895
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Regeneration: A Reply to Max Nordau

Alfred Egmont Hake - 1896 - 311 páginas
...describes a state of mind in which the subject imagines that he sees or divines unknown and inexplicable relations amongst phenomena, discerns in things hints at mysteries, and regards them as symbols." But he adds, "by which dark powers seek to unveil, or, at least, to indicate all sorts of marvels which...
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Regeneration: A Reply to Max Nordau

Alfred Egmont Hake - 1896 - 311 páginas
...in things hints at mysteries, and regards them as symbols." But he adds, " by which dark powers seek to unveil, or, at least, to indicate all sorts of marvels which he endeavours to guess, though generally in vain." We have divided his definition into two parts, because...
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Christian Mysticism: Considered in Eight Lectures Delivered Before the ...

William Ralph Inge - 1899 - 379 páginas
...in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things hints at mysteries,...unveil, or at least to indicate, all sorts of marvels. ... It is always connected with strong emotional excitement. . . . Nearly all our perceptions, ideas,...
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A Text-book in the History of Education

Paul Monroe - 1905 - 772 páginas
...in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things, hints at mysteries,...symbols by which a dark power seeks to unveil, or to indicate, all sorts of marvels." A more sympathetic way of stating the same idea is that " mysticism...
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A Text-book in the History of Education: By Paul Monroe

Paul Monroe - 1905 - 772 páginas
...in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things, hints at mysteries, and regards them as symbols ')y which a dark power seeks to unveil, or to indicate, all sorts of marvels." A more sympathetic way...
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Pathological Aspects of Religions

Josiah Morse - 1906 - 264 páginas
...hi which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things hints at mysteries,...unveil, or at least to indicate, all sorts of marvels. ... It is always connected with strong emotional excitement." Mysticism, he tells us, is so characteristic...
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Messenger, Volumen46

1906
...in which the subject imagines that he perceives or defines unknown and inexplicable relations among phenomena, discerns in things hints at mysteries,...as symbols by which a dark power seeks to unveil or indicate all sorts of marvels" (page 280). Why the subject Is introduced into his History of Education...
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The Consciousness of Communion with God: A Study in the Psychology of Religion

Gilbert Lee Pennock - 1919 - 72 páginas
...a state of mind in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations amongst phenomena, discerns in things hints...which he endeavors to guess, though generally in vain. This condition of mind is always connected with strong emotional excitement, which consciousness conceives...
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Saint Hysteria: Neurosis, Mysticism, and Gender in European Culture

Cristina Mazzoni - 1996 - 233 páginas
..."a state of mind in which the subject imagines that he perceives or divines unknown and inexplicable relations amongst phenomena, discerns in things hints...he endeavors to guess, though generally in vain." 1 Mysticism is for Nordau a symptom of fin-de-siècle degeneration (explicitly, therefore, associated...
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