Popis panteista

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Ovo je djelomičan popis ljudi, svrstanih po godinama rođenja, koji su kategorizirani kao panteisti i imali su značajan utjecaj na panteizam:

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  1. Levine, Michael P.; 1994; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  2. Vijay Tankha (2006.). "Heraclitus of Ephesus". Ancient Greek Philosophy: Thales to Gorgias. Pearson Education India. str. 71. ISBN 9788177589399. "By equating god with nature, Heraclitus could be regarded as a pantheist — everything is god." 
  3. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  4. Alexander Campbell Fraser "Philosophy of Theism", zbirka lekcija iz 1896. str. 80-82.
  5. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  6. Picton, J. Allanson, "Pantheism: Its Story and Significance", 1905.
  7. Fraser, Alexander Campbell "Philosophy of Theism", William Blackwood and Sons, 1895., str. 163.
  8. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  9. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  10. Robert C. Holub (1986.). Jost Hermand. ur. The Romantic School and Other Essays: Heinrich Heine. Continuum International Publishing Group. str. 223. ISBN 9780826402912. "Goethe was as little a deist as Fichte; for he was a pantheist." 
  11. The Gift of Music: Great Composers and Their Influence (3 izd.). Crossway. 1995.. str. 62. ISBN 9780891078692. "Beethoven loved the natural world, but as a pantheist who worships nature rather than the Creator. "Beethoven was not the man to bow to anyone — even God!" said David Ewen." 
  12. Ludwig van Beethoven: The Complete Guide. PediaPress. str. 50–52. http://books.google.ca/books?id=8JkyP5AHK5cC&pg=PA51&lpg=PA51&dq=Beethoven+pantheist&source=bl&ots=edPveFov8M&sig=74hPIcYjoiD0KVTm--X80MMM_8Y&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kBaHUIXoItTyyAHFuIHgBQ&ved=0CDMQ6AEwATgK#v=onepage&q=Beethoven%20pantheist&f=false. pristupljeno 23. listopada 2012. 
  13. Oscar Thompson (2005.). How to Understand Music. Kessinger Publishing. str. 136. ISBN 9781417992027. "To begin with, Beethoven was strongly individualistic and, in a sense, harshly antisocial. He realized the stature of his own genius. In Nature only did he recognize his equal and for that reason he was a pantheist of the most ardent order." 
  14. T. C. W. Blanning (2008.). The Triumph of Music: The Rise of Composers, Musicians and Their Art. Harvard University Press. str. 99. ISBN 9780674031043. 
  15. Joseph McCabe (1945.). A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Freethinkers. Haldeman-Julius Publications. http://www.infidels.org/library/historical/joseph_mccabe/dictionary.html. pristupljeno 1. srpnja 2012. "His name is still a classic in the literature of his science and he was in his time a man of high international repute. In regard to religion he was, like Goeth, a Pantheist, as he shows particularly in his Aanden i Naturen (2 vols. 1849)." 
  16. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  17. Howe, Daniel Walker, What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848. ISBN 978-0-19-507894-7, str. 623.
  18. Harding and Bode, ur., The Correspondence of Henry David Thoreau, 294. "I was born to be a pantheist."
  19. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  20. "He never claimed to be an atheist but only a materialist out of respect for the scientific method. For his friend Emil he would have been close to holding pantheistic ideas." Michel Meulders, Helmholtz: From Enlightenment to Neuroscience, stranica 75.
  21. Silvan S. Schweber (2000.). "3". In the Shadow of the Bomb: Bethe, Oppenheimer, and the Moral Responsibility of the Scientist. Princeton University Press. str. 86. ISBN 9780691049892. "There is another thread that tied Felix Klein to Wilhelm von Humboldt: his belief in a preestablished harmony. With Klein and his fellow mathematicians, the Leibnizian preestablished harmony became more specific. It became a preestablished harmony between physics and mathematics and the foundation of their pantheistic faith." 
  22. Isaacson, Walter (2008.). Einstein: His Life and Universe. New York: Simon and Schuster, str. 388-389. Izvješteno u New York Timesu od 25. travnja 1929. pod naslovom "Einstein believes in 'Spinoza's God'"
  23. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  24. Levine, Michael P.; 1994.; Pantheism: A Non-theistic Concept of Deity; Routledge, 1994.; ISBN 0-203-01477-4, ISBN 978-0-203-01477-6
  25. John S. Rigden (2000.). Rabi, Scientist and Citizen. Harvard University Press. str. 229. ISBN 9780674004351. "Rabi is deeply religious. Eschewing religious practices, and an anthropomorphic concept of God, Rabi has what Einstein referred to as a "cosmic religious feeling" — a religious sense that transcends dogma and institutions." 
  26. "We are now sufficiently advanced to consider resources other than materialistic, but they are tenuous, intangible, and vulnerable to misapplication. They are, in fact, the symbols of spiritual life -- a vast impersonal pantheism -- transcending the confused myths and prescriptions that are presumed to clarify ethical and moral conduct. The clear realities of nature seen with the inner eye of the spirit reveal the ultimate echo of God...." - Adams, Ansel (1950.). My Camera in the National Parks. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. str. 97. Arhivirano iz originala 2012-07-11. http://archive.is/29w2. pristupljeno 30. lipnja 2009. 
  27. Adir Cohen (1994.). The Gate of Light: Janusz Korczak, the Educator and Writer Who Overcame the Holocaust. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. str. 75. ISBN 978-0-8386-3523-0. "Korczak's God is a pantheistic one, embracing the entire world." 
  28. "As an unabashed pantheist I am naturally a full-blooded transubstantiationist,knowing full well that the ground wheat of bread and crushed grapes of wine are the body and blood of Christ, the Anointed One, or olive-oiled man who is so slippery that he has no hangups." - Watts, Alan (2007.). In My Own Way: An Autobiography. New World Library. str. 72. ISBN 978-1-57731-584-1. http://books.google.ca/books?id=LzUxodT-klwC&lpg=PA170&ots=LAHVs5lXh5&dq=alan%20watts%20pantheism&pg=PA72. pristupljeno 30. lipnja 2009. 
  29. George Sudarshan (2003.). Science and the Spiritual Quest: New Essays by Leading Scientists - One quest, One knowledge. Routledge. str. 250. ISBN 9780203398142. "God is not an isolated event, something separate from the universe. God is the universe." 
  30. Paul Lester (10. listopada 2008.). "Suicide: How the godfathers of punk kept the faith". The Jewish Chronicle Online. http://www.thejc.com/arts/music/suicide-how-godfathers-punk-kept-faith. "Vega is similarly ambivalent. He alludes to the "miraculous" nature of his career with Suicide and fateful meeting with Rev, begging the question - does he believe in a higher power? "I distrust the name ‘God' but, yes, I do believe in a higher power," he says. He adds that he shares the rationalist stance of Spinoza, the 17th-century Jewish philosopher and "pantheist theologian". "God is in all of us," he says, before deciding: "There is an immense power. There has to be."" 

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