Definition of Scholasticisms

1. scholasticism [n] - See also: scholasticism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scholasticisms

scholarliness
scholarly
scholarly method
scholarly person
scholars
scholarship
scholarships
scholas
scholastic
scholastical
scholastically
scholasticals
scholasticate
scholasticates
scholasticism
scholasticisms (current term)
scholastick
scholastics
scholia
scholiast
scholiastic
scholiasts
scholiaze
scholical
scholion
scholium
scholiums
scholzite
school-age

Literary usage of Scholasticisms

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1. Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True by Adin Ballou (1854)
"By scholasticisms I mean studied propositions in -which metaphysical doc- ... are INTERIOR to all external ceremonies, formalities, scholasticisms, ..."

2. Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True by Adin Ballou (1854)
"... universal, divine principles ; positively practical in their natural tendency, and interior to all external ceremonies, formalities, scholasticisms, ..."

3. Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True by Adin Ballou (1854)
"... universal, divine principles ; positively practical in their natural tendency, and interior to all external ceremonies, formalities, scholasticisms, ..."

4. Spiritual Magazine (1868)
"It is the perception to which human intellect alone can never attain, which scholasticisms can never teach; not all the power of optics, not all the aid of ..."

5. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1904)
"The fatherland of Scotus, Occam, and the two Bacons, has every reason to boast of being the Ionia of modern philosophy. ยง 30. scholasticisms As the sole ..."

6. The Poetical Works of John Dryden by John Dryden (1909)
"769, 552. Argus', v. 398, 399, 856-1003. 760, 12. In causes. "One of Dryden's frequent scholasticisms; in their causes would have been clearer. ..."

7. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1896)
"scholasticisms As the sole legatee of the Roman Empire, the Church is the predominant power of the Middle Ages. Outside of the Church there can be no ..."

8. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1901)
"... flashing everywhere on the surface with its costliest wit, crowded everywhere with its subtlest scholasticisms, betraying, on every page, its broadest, ..."

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