Definition of Terminist. Meaning of Terminist. Synonyms of Terminist

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Definition of Terminist

Terminist
Terminist Ter"mi*nist, n. [Cf. F. terministe.] (Theol.) One of a class of theologians who maintain that God has fixed a certain term for the probation of individual persons, during which period, and no longer, they have the offer to grace. --Murdock.

Meaning of Terminist from wikipedia

- reflective process. For this reason William has sometimes also been called a "terminist", to distinguish him from a nominalist or a conceptualist. William of...
- mature but essentially conventional presentations of Oxford and Paris's terminist and pre-modist logic and grammar. His later work in linguistics is much...
- influenced by English logicians and was influential in the diffusion of terminist logic in central Europe. Albert is considered a major contributor in his...
- he graduated licentiate in medicine, and became one of the school of Terminists (at whose head was John Mair). On 15 December 1525, he succeeded Jean...
- have been influenced by Kraków philosophy: during his studies there, Terminist physics had been taught, with special emphasis on "impetus." His own thinking...
- and Renaissance, vol. 15, pg. 46-56, 1977. Bos, E. P. “Mental Verbs in Terminist Logic (John Buridan, Albert of Saxony, Marsilius of Inghen). Vivarium:...
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