Words nearby scholasticism
OTHER WORDS FROM scholasticisman·ti·scho·las·ti·cism, nounpro·scho·las·ti·cism, noun
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The rapid growth of positive and experimental science, however, was fatal to scholasticism.Colleges in America|John Marshall Barker
But it is not the result of mere barren connoisseurship or scholasticism.Progress and History|Various
Like Luther and Erasmus, he was disgusted with scholasticism, and regretted the time he had devoted to its study.
He was indeed the pinnacle of scholasticism; set upon all the rest.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
Scholasticism has taken the notion of substance from common sense and made it very technical and articulate.Pragmatism|William James