Form of mysticism; holds that spiritual exaltation is reached by self-abnegation and by withdrawing the soul from outward activities and fixing it in passive religious contemplation; representatives included A. Bourignon,* F. de S. de la M. Fénelon,* Guyon,* M. de Molinos.*
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