noun pan·lo·gism \ˈpanləˌjizəm\

Definition of panlogism



  1. :  the doctrine that the absolute or the absolute reality is of the nature of logos or reason; especially :  Hegelian philosophy

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Origin and Etymology of panlogism

German panlogismus, from pan- + Greek logos word, reason + German -ismus -ism (from Latin) — more at legend

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