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anagogeanagoge also anagogy (AN-uh-go-jee)
noun: A mystical interpretation of a word, passage, or text, especially scriptural exegesis that detects allusions to heaven or the afterlife.
From Latin anagoge, from Late Greek, spiritual uplift, from anagein (to lift up), from ana- + agein (to lead).
"The spark of wisdom kindled by the 'divine guide', that 'hidden spark
which loves to conceal itself', turns into a large flame of cognition,
thus concluding the journey of the soul which Plotinus termed anagoge,
the ascension toward heaven, toward divinity."
The fear of capitalism has compelled socialism to widen freedom, and the fear of socialism has compelled capitalism to increase equality. -Ariel Durant