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Origin of obscurantism
OTHER WORDS FROM obscurantismob·scu·rant·ist, noun, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for obscurantism
Their scepticism about Universals thus overleapt itself, and fell on the other side, into obscurantist ecclesiasticism.
He thinks that the motives of Shi Hwang-ti were obscurantist.
Without it religion becomes bigoted, faith obscurantist, and ceremony superstitious.Philo-Judaeus of Alexandria|Norman Bentwich
No one can venture to dispute these decisions on pain of being reckoned reactionary and obscurantist.
This deficiency played into the hands of the reactionary and obscurantist.Reconstruction in Philosophy|John Dewey