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Ritschlian

[rich-lee-uh n] /ˈrɪtʃ li ən/
adjective
1.
of or relating to the theology of Albrecht Ritschl (1822–89), who developed a liberal Christian theology and maintained that religious faith is based on value judgments.
noun
2.
a supporter of Ritschlian theology.
Origin of Ritschlian
1890-1895
1890-95; Ritschl + -ian
Related forms
Ritschlianism, noun
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  • It is long since one could properly speak of a Ritschlian school.

    Edward Caldwell Moore Edward Moore
  • It will be long until we shall cease to reckon with a Ritschlian influence.

    Edward Caldwell Moore Edward Moore
  • The Ritschlian movement has engaged a generation of more or less notable thinkers in the period since Ritschl's death.

    Edward Caldwell Moore Edward Moore
  • Pragmatism may be described as the secularising of the Ritschlian system of theological thought.

  • The central position of the pragmatist philosophy and the Ritschlian theology is that truth and usefulness are identical.

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