The greatest theologians contributed to the welter of unreason from which this pseudo-science was developed.
Along with the growth of real science there has gone on also a growth of pseudo-science.
It produced both the pseudo-science of astrology and the pseudo-science of augury.
What could this pseudo-science give them in exchange for such a revelation as that?
The attempt to invest Matter with these attributes Professor Tait stigmatizes as "non-science," or "pseudo-science."
The pseudo-science, which also dealt with the stars, proves nothing against the inductive spirit of the Italians of that day.
The most esteemed branch of the art however was Alchemy, a pseudo-science which ultimately took three forms.
It would appear that the spirit of pseudo-science has impregnated even the imagination of the Duke of Argyll.
The pseudo-science of astrology, seeking to tell commonplace fortunes by the stars.
But is not the policy of ignoring unanswerable objections the sure mark of a pseudo-science?
The term pseudo-science is hybrid, and therefore objectionable. Pseudognosy would be better etymology, but the unlearned might be apt to association with it the idea of a dog's nose, and thus, instead of taking "the eel of science by the tail," take the cur of science by the snout; so that all things considered we had better adopt the current term pseudo-sciences ["The Pseudo-Sciences," in "The St. James Magazine," January 1842]