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Today's word is esoteric, spelled E-S-O-T-E-R-I-C.

Esoteric is an adjective that means designed for or understood by the specially initiated alone. It can also mean requiring or exhibiting knowledge that is restricted to a small group, broadly difficult to understand. Esoteric also means limited to a small circle, private or confidential, or of special, rare, or unusual interest. Here is the word used in Philosophy Now in a sentence by Launt Thompson.

"The esoteric nature of most theories of art prevent them from being absorbed and understood by the art-going public, who on the whole have little interest in philosophy."

The opposite of the word esoteric is exoteric, which means "suitable to be imparted to the public." According to one account, those who were deemed worthy to attend Aristotle's learned discussions were known as his "esoterics," his confidants, while those who merely attended his popular evening lectures were called his "exoterics." Since material that is geared toward a target audience is often not as easily comprehensible to outside observers, esoteric acquired an extended meaning of "difficult to understand." Both esoteric and exoteric started appearing in English in the mid-1600s; esoteric traces back to ancient Greek by way of the Late Latin word esotericus. The Greek esōterikos is based on the comparative form of esō, which means "within."

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Today’s word is esoteric, spelled e-s-o-t-e-r-i-c.
Esoteric is an adjective that means designed for or understood by the specially initiated alone. It can also mean requiring or exhibiting knowledge that is restricted to a small group broadly difficult to understand. Esoteric also means limited to a small circle, private or confidential or of special rare or unusual interest.
Here’s the word used in philosophy now in the sentence by L T : ”we esoteric nature of most theories of art prevent them from being absorbed and understood by the outgoing public who on the whole have little interest in philosophy ”
The opposite of the word esoteric is exoteric. E-x-o-t-e-r-i-c, which means suitable to be in part of the public. According to one account those who are deemed the world to            account learn the discussions were known as his esoteric. His confidence where those who nearly attended popular evening lectures we called his exoteric.
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[Homework]2015-06-17 How to Use a Word

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[Homework]2015-06-17 How to Use a Word

Today’s word is esoteric, spelled E-S-O-T-E-R-I-C. Esoteric is an adjective that means designed for or understood by the specially initiated alone. It can also mean requiring or exiXX knowledge that restricted to a small group, broadly difficult to understand. Esoteric also means limited to a small circle, private or confidential or of special rear or unusual interests.
Here is word used in philosophy noun, in a sentence by Lord Tomson, “the esoteric nature of most series of arts prevent them from being absorbed and understood by the art going public who XXX has little interests in philosophy.”
The opposite of the word esoteric is exoteric, E-X-O-T-E-R-I-C, which means suitable to be imparted to the public. According to one account, those who were deemed to worthy to attend Aristotle learned discussion were known as esoteric, his confidence, while who merely attended his evening lecture were called his exoteric. Since material is that is geed talked to target audience is often not easily comprehensive to outside observers. Esoteric acquired and extended meaning of difficult to understand.
Both esoteric and exoteric started appearing in English in middle 1600. Esoteric traces back to ancient Greek by the way Latin word esoterical. The Greek esoterical is based on comparative form of esoal which means within.

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