Definition for EX-O-TER'IC

EX-O-TER'IC, a. [Gr. εξωτερος, exterior.]

External; public; opposed to esoteric or secret. The exoteric doctrines of the ancient philosophers were those which were openly professed and taught. The esoteric were secret, or taught only to a few chosen disciples. Enfield. Encyc

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