Definitions for "Apotheosis"
The act of elevating a mortal to the rank of, and placing him among, "the gods;" deification.
Glorification; exaltation.
a person or ideal glorified or deified in a work of art. (Beethoven's 7th Symphony: "the apotheosis of dance" (Wagner)).
The true Utopia, the best-of-all-possible-worlds - not just freedom from pain and stress or a sterile round of endless physical pleasures, but the prospect of endless growth for every human being - growth in mind, in intelligence, in strength of personality; life without bound, without end; experiencing everything we've dreamed of experiencing, becoming everything we've ever dreamed of being; not for a billion years, or ten-to-the-billionth years, but forever... or perhaps embarking together on some still greater adventure of which we cannot even conceive. That's the Apotheosis. [Eliezer Yudkowsky
The exultation of any person, principal, or practice.
model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal