\pˈanθiːˌɪzəm], \pˈanθiːˌɪzəm], \p_ˈa_n_θ_iː__ˌɪ_z_ə_m]\
Definitions of PANTHEISM
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n. [Greek] The philosophical or religious system which denies the existence of a personal God, and recognises him only as identified with the constitution, processes, and operations of nature, and with every thing animate or inanimate that exists; doctrine that God is in every thing, and that every thing is, not derivatively, but formatively God; hylozoism; spinozism.