Depends on the individual and the definitions use for each word. A Pantheist may or may not be also be a pagan depending on the individual. I used to practice Wicca, and have always had pantheistic view of the Universe but now I practice Buddhism. So, while I was a neo-pagan, I'm not really one now as a Buddhist. I guess I am still a 'pagan' when people mean any non-Abrahamic religions though. I think the biggest difference, particularly of modern Pantheists, is that they don't feel the need for anthropomorphism or assigning human-like qualities to gods or things in nature. Often pagans are polytheists, but sometimes they are more pantheistic in their views (as I was) and see the gods as metaphor rather than literal beings. Others are hard polytheists. My personal views are closer to Naturalistic or Scientific Pantheism, but there are other types of Pantheism. Pantheism and paganism can be quite compatible though.
at 5:15 PM on May. 19, 2011