Definition of Scholasticism. Meaning of Scholasticism. Synonyms of Scholasticism

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Definition of Scholasticism

Scholasticism
Scholasticism Scho*las"ti*cism, n. The method or subtilties of the schools of philosophy; scholastic formality; scholastic doctrines or philosophy. The spirit of the old scholasticism . . . spurned laborious investigation and slow induction. --J. P. Smith.

Meaning of Scholasticism from wikipedia

- Scholasticism was a medieval school of philosophy that emplo**** a critical organic method of philosophical analysis predicated upon the Aristotelian 10...
- Neo-scholasticism (also known as neo-scholastic Thomism or neo-Thomism because of the great influence of the writings of Thomas Aquinas on the movement)...
- Second scholasticism (or late scholasticism) is the period of revival of scholastic system of philosophy and theology, in the 16th and 17th centuries....
- Protestant scholasticism or Protestant orthodoxy was academic theology practiced by Protestant theologians using the scholastic method during the era...
- Roman Catholicism after the Counter-Reformation. Calvinist scholasticism or Reformed scholasticism was a theological method that gradually developed during...
- Art and Scholasticism (French: Art et scolastique) is a 1920 book by the French philosopher Jacques Maritain. It is considered his major contribution...
- Roman Catholicism after the Counter-Reformation. Calvinist scholasticism or Reformed scholasticism was a theological method that gradually developed during...
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- tridentine Roman Catholicism after the Counter-Reformation. Lutheran scholasticism was a theological method that gradually developed during the era of...
- later whig historians as the "narrow pedantry" ****ociated with medieval scholasticism. Humanists sought to create a citizenry able to speak and write with...