Definition of Zetetics. Meaning of Zetetics. Synonyms of Zetetics

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Definition of Zetetics

Zetetics
Zetetics e*tet"ics, n. [See Zetetic, a.] (Math.) A branch of algebra which relates to the direct search for unknown quantities. [R.]
Zetetic
Zetetic e*tet"ic, n. A seeker; -- a name adopted by some of the Pyrrhonists.

Meaning of Zetetics from wikipedia

- Joseph T. "Outline of Zetetics." Publisher: Dorrance (1971). Language: English. ISBN 0-8059-1570-2 Tykociner, Joseph.T. "Zetetics and its relation to education...
- from the Bedford Level experiment, Rowbotham published a pamphlet titled Zetetic Astronomy. He later expanded this into the book Earth Not a Globe, proposing...
- Paranormal (CSICOP) and was renamed The Zetetic ("zetetic" is another name for "skeptic" and is not to be confused with zetetics, the study of the relationship...
- Zetetics are a Ukrainian rock band formed in 2014 by lead singer Lika Bugaeva, with highly personal lyrics and a strong mix. Lika Bugaeva first became...
- requirement is "curiosity about truth". The magazine was originally titled The Zetetic (from the Gr**** meaning "skeptical s****er" or "inquiring skeptic"), and...
- Marcello (1978). "On the Extraordinary: An Attempt at Clarification" (PDF). Zetetic Scholar. 1 (1): 11. Truzzi, Marcello (1998). Binkowski, Edward (ed.). "On...
- Gr**** skeptics or Pyrrhonists. Zététique is sometimes rendered as zetetic and zeteticism in English by Marcello Truzzi and others, who are critical of the...
- human eye. In 1883, he founded Zetetic Societies in England and New York, to which he shipped a thousand copies of Zetetic Astronomy. William Carpenter...
- 1884, in London) was an English inventor, writer and socialist who wrote Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe under the pseudonym Parallax. His work was...
- to directly measure the curvature of the Earth, as Rowbotham wrote in Zetetic Astronomy: If the earth is a globe, and is 25,000 English statute miles...