anagogic

ADJECTIVE
  1. based on or exemplifying anagoge
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How To Use anagogic In A Sentence

  • We find it, for instance, in the criticism of Virgil, to whose work were attributed four distinct meanings: literal, allegorical, moral, and anagogic. Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic
  • Kawa Kendi, a man in early middle age, powerful and lithe-limbed, sat as motionless as the King, his father, staring, as did all, with the fixed stare of the anagogic. Witch-Doctors
  • Ultimately, anagogically, linear time ceases to hold sway and the prophetic soul perceives past, present and future as one.
  • “Let me now explain some of your troublesome ` anagogics. ' Margaret
  • In them he comments on the texts of sacred Scripture presented by the liturgy, using the Patristic-Medieval interpretation of the four meanings: the literal or historical, the allegorical or Christological, the tropological or moral, and the anagogic, which guides to eternal life. Latest Articles
  • He was an anagogic demon, with the ability to read people and demons while they sang. Monolith
  • And here they bring in some foolish insipid fable out of Speculum Historiae or Gesta Romanorum and expound it allegorically, tropologically, and anagogically. In Praise of Folly
  • I mean, how many times can an anagogic demon pinch himself in one night? Monolith
  • Under the Romance narrative pattern, Lord of The Rings has four quest patterns: the literatus quest, the allegorical quest, the moral quest, the anagogic quest.
  • —into the unbeating hearts of vampires everywhere, Gunn slipped behind the front desk to join Cordelia Chase and Lorne, the green-skinned anagogic demon and sometimes Angel Investigations telephone receptionist, in front of the television set. Monolith
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