Definition of Particularisms
1. particularism [n] - See also: particularism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Particularisms
Literary usage of Particularisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1921)
"The Babel of conflicting particularisms resembles the condition of religious doctrine a ... 1 Education has been a field of conflicting particularisms. ..."
2. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"... of the great black eagle and the imperial crown are but newly painted over a great number of particularisms, and that these particularisms may return. ..."
3. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"... particularisms, and that these particularisms may return. The empire of the Germans may break up again. That I do not believe. ..."
4. The Globalization of Human Rights by Jean-Marc Coicaud, Michael W. Doyle, Anne-Marie Gardner (2003)
"In several regions of the South, particularisms have been set up as obstacles, ... 94 The fact is that particularisms are able to justify the progression of ..."
5. The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce Bryce (1902)
"These ideas however, innocent as they would now appear, and h particularisms is the conveni- pendence of the several local poten- ent name which the Germans ..."
6. The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce Bryce (1904)
"These ideas, however, innocent as they J particularisms is the name by which the Germans denote the policy or feeling, which maintained the independence of ..."