exoteric definition

  • adjective:
    • maybe not restricted to an inner group of disciples or initiates.
    • Comprehensible to or worthy of people; preferred.
    • Of or regarding the outside; outside.
    • Suitable to-be imparted toward public without privacy or other reserves
    • obtainable; capable of becoming readily or totally comprehended; or, having an obvious application
    • Public or popular; having broad currency
    • exterior
    • External; general public; appropriate becoming imparted into public; thus, with the capacity of being readily or completely comprehended; -- in opposition to esoteric, or key.
    • perhaps not confined to an inner group of disciples or initiates.
    • Comprehensible to or suitable for people; preferred.
    • Of or relating to the outside; additional.
    • Suitable to-be imparted into the general public without secrecy or any other reserves
    • available; with the capacity of being readily or completely comprehended; or, having a clear application
    • Public or preferred; having wide money
    • External
    • appropriate everyone
    • External; community; suitable become imparted toward public; ergo, effective at becoming readily or completely comprehended; -- opposed to esoteric, or key.
    • ideal for everyone
  • others:
    • External; open; ideal for or communicated to your average man or woman; preferred: originally applied to the general public teachings of Aristotle and other old philosophers, and sometimes found in a more unique good sense in place of fancied or real esoteric doctrines, See esoteric.
    • regarding the outside; holding an external relation; openly instructed.
    • In embryology, ectoblastic. See herb under esoteric.
    • exterior; available; suitable for or communicated into average man or woman; popular: originally placed on the general public teachings of Aristotle as well as other old philosophers, and often found in a far more special feeling instead of fancied or real esoteric doctrines, See esoteric.
    • regarding the surface; keeping an external connection; openly instructed.
    • In embryology, ectoblastic. See plant under esoteric.
  • noun:
    • One admitted simply to exoteric training; one of many uninitiated.
    • One accepted and then exoteric training; one of the uninitiated.

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