Origin of syncretism
Related formssyn·cret·ic [sin-kret-ik] /sɪnˈkrɛt ɪk/, syn·cret·i·cal, syn·cre·tis·tic [sing-kri-tis-tik, sin-] /ˌsɪŋ krɪˈtɪs tɪk, ˌsɪn-/, adjectivesyn·cre·tist, noun
Examples from the Web for syncretism
Those which now pass for Christian in western Europe are the result of the syncretism of two thousand years.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
And it is here especially that we notice the syncretism which is peculiar to him.What is Property?|P. J. Proudhon
The syncretic nature of the signs of practical experiences were reflected in the syncretism of tools and signs.
Think about such categories as syncretism, understanding, repetitive patterns in practical terms.
In these tales and legends we have syncretism in full swing.Rumanian Bird and Beast Stories|Anonymous