the philosophy of Aristotle.
emphasis upon deduction and upon investigation of concrete and particular things and situations.
- an·ti-Ar·is·to·te·lian·ism, noun
- pro-Ar·is·to·te·lian·ism, noun
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How to use Aristotelianism in a sentence
Aristotelianism, however, did not reign without a rival even in the later Middle Ages.History of Modern Philosophy | Alfred William Benn
The reforms initiated mainly by Melanchthon had not, indeed, contemplated the overthrow of Aristotelianism.
The modifications upon the almost exclusive Aristotelianism of the first period, were significant.Practical Essays | Alexander Bain
Like the German Reformers, he had accepted Aristotelianism as a basis, with a similar process of reconciliation.Practical Essays | Alexander Bain
But Aristotelianism as a system soon ceased to be in vogue, and by the sixth century was no longer known.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II) | Henry Osborn Taylor