Definition of Personalists
1. personalist [n] - See also: personalist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Personalists
Literary usage of Personalists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life, Letters, and Literary Remains of J. H. Shorthouse by Joseph Henry Shorthouse (1905)
"Mankind is divided into two distinct classes, personalists and ... The personalists take little interest in anything which does not relate in some plain way ..."
2. The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature by Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond (1901)
"This is a similar character to that of the personalists, but we need a group ... The personalists are Empiricists only, unable to see their way to ..."
3. An Appeal in Behalf of the Views of the Eternal World and State and the by Samuel Noble (1851)
"Tri-personalists believe, exactly as we do, that, in Jesus Christ, ... Tri-personalists believe that the Son of God born from eternity was at this moment in ..."
4. The Foundations of Liberty by E. F. B. Fell (1908)
"It is not, of course, contended by personalists that Personality was created by the Family, but that the Family is the only soil in which it can realise ..."
5. Bismarck, the Man and the Statesman: Being the Reflections and Reminiscences by Otto Bismarck (1898)
"... sovereigns, and ' personalists,' counts ' received ' and ' not-received,' among the various categories composing the bulk of the Diet—the special case ..."
6. Bismarck, the Man and the Statesman: Being the Reflections and Reminiscences by Otto Bismarck, Arthur John Butler (1899)
"... but also on the distribution of seats in the "Diet" between ruling and mediatised princes, sovereigns, and "personalists," counts "received" and ..."