It was clear to me that at least at the end of his life the Dionysian streak was trying to get out.
Too, the Beta curve shows a good deal of variation, a Dionysian characteristic.
This was a strictly Dionysian thought and one shared also by Pico.
The Dionysian writings presented a way of escape from this terrible alternative.
A second clearly marked wave of the Dionysian impulse towards freedom swept over the Western world during the Renaissance.
Again and again the phraseology used by Colet betrays it, and sometimes a Dionysian turn of thought leads to a long digression.
The influence of the Dionysian writings is indeed very frequently evident.
The innocence of youth should be protected from a morality which is far more morbid than the maddest Dionysian revel.
It is impossible not to see in this a ritualism rather of the Dionysian than of the modern sacerdotal type.
Erigena teaches the restitution of all things under the form of the Dionysian adunatio or deificatio.
of or pertaining to Dionysos, Greek god of wine and revelry, identified with Roman Bacchus. His name is of unknown origin. Or in reference to historical men named Dionysius such as the tyrants of Syracuse and especially Dionysius Exiguus (see A.D.), e.g. Dionysian period of 532 Julian years, when the moon phases recur on the same days of the week.