Adjective : anagogic image; anagogic interpretation. From Dictionary.com.
Kawa Kendi, a man in early middle age, powerful and lithe-limbed, sat as motionless as the King, his father, staring, as did all, with the fixed stare of the anagogic. From Wordnik.com. [Witch-Doctors] Reference
Theologians discov - ered in rhetoric the devices for interpreting theological writings; the recognition of the four possible “senses” of a work (literal, allegorical, moral, anagogic) resulted from a transposition into the spiritual domain of inter - pretative techniques developed for mundane works. From Wordnik.com. [RHETORIC AFTER PLATO] Reference
We find it, for instance, in the criticism of Virgil, to whose work were attributed four distinct meanings: literal, allegorical, moral, and anagogic. From Wordnik.com. [Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic] Reference
In them he comments on the texts of sacred Scripture presented by the liturgy, using the Patristic-Medieval interpretation of the four meanings: the literal or historical, the allegorical or Christological, the tropological or moral, and the anagogic, which guides to eternal life. From Wordnik.com. [Latest Articles] Reference
Rose, is new, anagogic, mysterious —”. From Wordnik.com. [Margaret] Reference
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