There appears to be a very early example of syncretism in p. 49Australia.
Then syncretism began, and a body of sectarian notions was formed.
Such was the path of syncretism, and it was fraught with 180 peril to the older and purer faith.
The syncretic nature of the signs of practical experiences were reflected in the syncretism of tools and signs.
The syncretism between Paganism and Christianity has not been destroyed by the Reformation.
Think about such categories as syncretism, understanding, repetitive patterns in practical terms.
The great forces which were half unconsciously at work in this syncretism, were reflectively grasped by Neoplatonism.
Individual syncretism was replaced by the syncretism of communities in which individuals are identified through their work.
Even the possibility of achieving some form of syncretism is not new by any means.
This was a phase of syncretism, during which the physical projection of the human being dominated the intellect.
"reconciliation of different beliefs," 1610s, from Modern Latin syncretismus (David Pareus, 1615), from Greek synkretismos "union of communities," from synkretizein "to combine against a common enemy," from syn- "together" (see syn-) + second element of uncertain origin. One theory connects it with kretismos "lying," from kretizein "to lie like a Cretan;" another connects it with the stem of kerannynai "to mix, blend;" krasis "mixture."