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Definition of Aphoristic

Aphoristic
Aphoristic Aph`o*ris"tic, Aphoristical Aph`o*ris"tic*al, a. [Gr. ?.] In the form of, or of the nature of, an aphorism; in the form of short, unconnected sentences; as, an aphoristic style. The method of the book is aphoristic. --De Quincey.

Meaning of Aphoristic from wikipedia

- tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. — Lord Acton Aphoristic collections, sometimes known as wisdom literature, have a prominent place...
- sutras are a distinct type of literary composition, a compilation of short aphoristic statements. Each sutra is any short rule, like a theorem distilled into...
- The following list includes all the known compositions of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji sorted by instrumentation. Within the individual sections, the pieces...
- (1885–1962), the plays of Ludvig Holberg (1684–1754), and the dense, aphoristic poetry of Piet Hein (1905–1996), have earned international recognition...
- pleasure-oriented faculties of human life. It is a sutra-genre text with terse aphoristic verses that have survived into the modern era with different bhasya (exposition...
- The Picture of Dorian Gray published in book form in 1891 featured an aphoristic preface—a defence of the artist's rights and of art for art's sake—based...
- Aphorisms is a philosophy book by N****im Nicholas Taleb written in the aphoristic style. It was first released on November 30, 2010 by Random House. An...
- Schopenhauer. It was probably Lichtenberg (along with Paul Rée) whose aphoristic style of writing contributed to Nietzsche's own use of aphorism. Nietzsche...
- seven words each, or kurals. The text is divided into three books with aphoristic teachings on virtue (aram, dharma), wealth (porul, artha) and love (inbam...
- always begun by those who study the Brahman. — Bhagavad Gita 17.24, The aphoristic verse 1.27 of Pantanjali's Yogasutra links Om to Yoga practice, as follows...
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