Pansophismus

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Ioannes Amos Comenius (1592–1671).

Pansophismus, in usu veteriore pansophia, est sententia omniscientiae. In nonnullis fidei rationibus monotheisticis, deus consideratur ultimus spiritus sciens. Pansophicus est persona qui se omniscientiam adeptus esse adfirmat. Sententia praesertim cum paedagogicis sapientiae universae notionibus (pansophia) est, ut in educationali scientiae universae ratione ab Ioanne Amos Comenio, praeceptore Tsecico, posita est. Promovere conatum Baconianum ut omnis scientia humana ordinaretur Comenium etiam tenuit, qui unus ex ducibus motus encyclopaedici vel pansophici saeculi septimi decimi factus est.

Principium pansophicum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Principium pansophicum est unum ex principiis magni momenti Comenianis: omnia omnibus doceri debere, ut ducens eruditionis fundamentum, educationis universae (characteristicae universalis) similiter.[1]

Vocabulum pansophismum a Comenio generatim adhibitum est ad describendam eius philosophiam artis docendi. Liber Pansophiae prodromus (1639) Londinii prolatus est, Samuele Hartlib una agente; quem secutus est liber Pansophiae diatyposis. Vocabulum pansophia hoc sensu definita est "tota divini rerum ordinis comprehensio adulta."[2][3] Pansophicum voluit Comenius instituere collegium, praecursorem recentium institutorum academicorum.[4] Pro qua sententias in tractu Via lucis (Londinii, 1641–1642) scripsit; ei autem ob bellum civile Anglicum conflatum discendum fuit, et hoc opus denique Amstelodami anno 1668 typis impressum est.[5] Sed tamen vocabulum non fuit suum: Bartolomaeo Barbaro Paduensi in libro De omni scibili libri quadraginta: seu Prodromus pansophiae, medio saeculo sexto decimo adhibitum erat.[6]

Ordo Massonicus pansophicus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Intra ordines massonicos est grex massonicismus pansophicus appellatus.[7]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Article of Comenius, (Kangnam, Corea Meridiana: MS Word): "His education system was focused on teaching everything to everyone, since, from the outset, it was intended to educate all men of society to develop their democratic qualifications. In a word, the system of education proposed by Comenius is universal by its very nature: "as he says, it is 'pansophic', it is intended for all men irrespective of social, or economic position, race or nationality. . . . He attempted to unite all kinds of human knowledge in the universal science of his pansophism on a larger or smaller scale."
  2. Anglice: "full adult comprehension of the divine order of things."
  3. Czech Baroque Literature (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press).
  4. Literatur (Deutsche Comenius Gesellschaft): "If he did not succeed in securing the establishment of the international center, or Pansophic College, for the coordination of the knowledge and sciences of the world, he did participate in, and probably contributed to, the discussions which ultimately resulted in the founding of the Royal Society."
  5. "A biographical time chart," (Germania: Deutsche Comenius Gesellschaft).
  6. "On the Historical Source of Sanctian Linguistics, (KU).
  7. The Order of Pansophic Builders (Home temple): "Pansophic is an irregular Masonic obedience of men and women. Our mission is to preserve, study, improve, develop, practice, and perpetuate the esoteric spiritual and initiatic degrees and schools associated with the Pansophic Rites of Freemasonry and other spiritual traditions as part of the general Masonic practice of social and self-improvement, and to revive the universal and spiritual traditions of Freemasonry as they were originally practiced by speculative or philosophical Masons within the context of Rosicrucian, Templar, Kabbalistic, Gnostic, and other esoteric European schools. Collectively, these spiritual paths were known as the Graal or sacred Grail."

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