Theosophy, Volume 1: The Problem of Ontology Being-as-One
For Rosmini theosophy is a philosophical science consisting of the three disciplines of ontology, natural theology and cosmology. The study of ontology is a philosophical discipline which must, by definition, include all being and therefore supreme Being, but Rosmini’s theosophy is far removed from any philosophical and quasi-religious system seeking direct experience or intuition of God. The term ‘theosophy’ (meaning wisdom concerning God and divine things) was used in a philosophical sense long before the late 19th century when ‘theosophical’ societies and movements were founded.
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