[1] Branch of theology dealing with spiritual salvation, an important element in old-style dualistic supernaturalist morality-based creeds.

[2] In mysticism, pertaining to liberation, enlightenment or nirvana; one attains freedom through an epistemic transcence of or release from one's cognitive-conceptual-noetic limitations or metaphysical ignorance. A popular theme in Sophic spirituality.

[3] In toposophic noetics the transcendence of limitations of a lower toposophic or singularity level through the attaining of a higher one. A central concept in Keterism and elsewhere.
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Initially published on 31 December 2001.