Origin of gnosis
Origin of -gnosis
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Gnosis was never really “founded,” per se, but forged over time among a group of people who became friends talking over code.
Gnosis now understands how a large website such as Gawker functions.
Nobody else should feel too threatened that Gnosis is out digging around.
“We try to keep our ears open,” said one of the Gnosis members.
Another one of the hackers shared some of the backgrounds of Gnosis group members.
The Gnosis is free from the rationalistic interest in the sense of natural religion.History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)|Adolph Harnack
The Gnosis of which they profess themselves adherents is a personification, the on and mediator “knowledge of life” (see below).
On quitting him she caught sight of a pile of books, one of which contained the Gnosis we were in course of recovering.
Happiness consists in the destruction of the ego, by the Bodhi, and Gnosis.The Influence of Buddhism on Primitive Christianity|Arthur Lillie
But that which is necessary in order that it may be received is not "gnosis" or an initiation.The Origin of Paul's Religion|J. Gresham Machen
noun plural -ses (-siːz)
Word Origin for gnosis
n combining form
Word Origin for -gnosis
"special knowledge of spiritual mysteries," 1703, from Greek gnosis "investigation, knowledge," in Christian writers, "higher knowledge of spiritual things" (see gnostic (adj.)).