Variant of exoteric
- of the outside world; external
- not limited to a select few or an inner group of disciples; suitable for the uninitiated
- that can be understood by the public; popular
Origin: Late Latin exotericus ; from Classical Greek exōterikos, external ; from comparative of exō, outside: see ex-
- exoterically adverb
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