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Esoteric [from Greek esoterikos pertaining to the inner] applied to the advanced instructions given to qualified candidates in mysteries or schools of philosophy, first used popularly in greece by Aristotle. jesus in the bible had teachings for his disciples in private, and others for the public, precisely as all other ancient religious and philosophical teachers always had. esoteric teachings both were and are such as could not be understood or profitably received by those not previously prepared by study and probation. exoteric or outer teachings were often given in symbolic language which revealed the esoteric meaning only to those who were in possession of the keys to interpretation.

esoterices`o*ter"ic (?), a. marked by secrecy or privacy; private; select; confidential; as, an esoteric purpose; an esoteric meeting.esoteric es`o*ter"ic, n. (philos.) (a) an esoteric doctrine or treatise; esoteric philosophy; esoterics. (b) one who believes, or is an initiate, in esoteric doctrines or rites.esoteric es`o*ter"ic (&ebreve;s`&osl;*t&ebreve;"&ibreve;k), a. [gr. 'eswteriko`s, fr. 'esw`teros inner, interior, comp. fr. 'e`sw in, within, fr. 'es, e'is, into, fr. 'en in. see in.] designed for, and understood by, the specially initiated alone; not communicated, or not intelligible, to the general body of followers; private; interior; acroamatic; -- said of the private and more recondite instructions and doctrines of philosophers. opposed to exoteric. enough if every age produce two or three critics of this esoteric class, with here and there a reader to understand them.


Designed for, and understood by, the specially initiated alone; not communicated, or not intelligible, to the general body of followers; private; interior; acroamatic; -- said of the private and more recondite instructions and doctrines of philosophers. opposed to exoteric.  

Adjective1. confined to and understandable by only an enlightened inner circle; "a compilation of esoteric philosophical theories" (antonym) exoteric (similar) abstruse, deep, recondite (see-also) private

· program will focus on esoteric (recondite) subjects. · Negotiators agreed that professors teaching the more esoteric (profound) courses should have a lighter schedule. · Many esoteric (confidential, secret) experiments are going on at the engineering school. · Unlike its prosaic (uninteresting, trite, ordinary) cross-town rival, the Herald-American reporters search for esoteric (abstruse, recondite) material. · The citizen advisory board presented the city council with a somewhat esoteric (abstruse, difficult, recondite, deep, profound, incomprehensible) mayoral succession plan. · She asked an esoteric (deep), troublesome question. · The superintendent discouraged esoteric (difficult) courses such as music theory. · The researcher received a grant for what appeared to be an esoteric (secret), probing project. · The laborers asked surprisingly esoteric (profound) questions at their meeting with union officials. she always had time to discuss esoteric (deep) subjects with her children

Esoteric, (adj.)Very particularly abstruse and consummately occult. the ancient philosophies were of two kinds, -- "exoteric", those that the philosophers themselves could partly understand, and "esoteric", those that nobody could understand. It is the latter that have most profoundly affected modern thought and found greatest acceptance in our time.   

Esotericism refers to the doctrines or practices of esoteric knowledge, or otherwise the quality or state of being described as esoteric, or obscure. Esoteric knowledge is that which is specialized or advanced in nature, available only to a narrow circle of "enlightened", "initiated", or highly educated people. items pertaining to esotericism may be known as esoterica. some interpretations of esotericism are very broad and include even unconventional and non-scientific belief systems, typically as contrasted with the "scientific" or "traditional religious" beliefs of the society without or "at large". In contrast, exoteric knowledge is knowledge that is well-known or public; or perceived as informally canonic in society at large.


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