Definition of Logoi
1. logos [n] - See also: logos
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logoi
Literary usage of Logoi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1893)
"As already stated, Aditi-Vach is the female Logos, or Verbum, the Word; and Sephira in the Kabalah is the same. These feminine logoi are all correlations, ..."
2. The Rise of the Greek Epic: Being a Course of Lectures Delivered at Harvard by Gilbert Murray (1907)
"... or traditions, which made up the main sum of man's knowledge. He knew what logoi really existed, and what were mere inventions or mistakes. ..."
3. The Christian Platonists of Alexandria: Eight Lectures Preached Before the by Charles Bigg (1886)
"Nor can I fmd that the Powers are anywhere expressly identified with the Angels, though Siegfried, p. 2n, says that they are. The Angels and the logoi are ..."
4. Extracts from the Va︢han, Including Answers by Sarah Corbett, Annie Wood Besant (1904)
"... THE logoi QUESTION 339 Can you explain the difference between the Blessed Lord who speaks as "Me" in the Bhagavad Gita (xii. 1-3), and the Absolute, ..."
5. The Great Law: A Study of Religious Origins and of the Unity Underlying Them by William Williamson (1899)
"The identity of the Three Great logoi with the Three Persons of the Christian Trinity, has been indicated above, but a more detailed consideration of the ..."