Definition of Ideologists

1. Noun. (plural of ideologist) ¹



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Definition of Ideologists

1. ideologist [n] - See also: ideologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ideologists

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ideography
ideokinetic
ideokinetic apraxia
ideolog
ideologic
ideological
ideological barrier
ideologically
ideologies
ideologise
ideologised
ideologises
ideologising
ideologist
ideologists (current term)
ideologize
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ideophobia
ideophobias
ideophone
ideophones

Literary usage of Ideologists

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1. History of Modern Philosophy in France by Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (1899)
"According to Destutt de Tracy, who is, together nth Cabanis, the most noteworthy of the ideologists, re cannot know the beginning of anything, ..."

2. A History of the Association Psychology by Howard Crosby Warren (1921)
"The ideologists The ideologist movement may be regarded as a third stage in the French development. It corresponds to the English development under the ..."

3. The Origin of Ideas by Antonio Rosmini (1883)
"ARTICLE V. Refutation of the opinion of ideologists, ' that ive first feel ... ideologists declare that 'The fact of our seeing the corporeal objects as ..."

4. The Nature of Landscape: A Personal Quest by Han Lorzing (2001)
"Idealists and ideologists It is time to draw up the sociopolitical version of the mindscape diamond. How will the different ideologies that were so typical ..."

5. Essays on the Materialistic Conception of History by Antonio Labriola (1908)
"... in my opinion, more moral and more ideal than those which have been given by the ideologists. In other words, man develops, or produces himself, ..."

6. The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical: From the by Charles MacFarlane (1851)
"As for the abolition of negro slavery, Bonaparte considered it as one of the most glaring absurdities which had ever been entertained by the ideologists and ..."

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