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Scholasticism

see synonyms of scholasticism

Noun

1. scholasticism

the system of philosophy dominant in medieval Europe; based on Aristotle and the Church Fathers

2. academicism, academism, scholasticism

orthodoxy of a scholastic variety

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Scholasticism

see synonyms of scholasticism
noun
1. (sometimes capital)
the system of philosophy, theology, and teaching that dominated medieval western Europe and was based on the writings of the Church Fathers and (from the 12th century) Aristotle
2. 
strict adherence to traditional doctrines

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Scholasticism

see synonyms of scholasticism
noun
1.  [often S-]
the system of logic, philosophy, and theology of medieval university scholars, or schoolmen, from the 10th to the 15th century, based upon Aristotelian logic, the writings of the early Christian fathers, and the authority of tradition and dogma
2. 
insistence upon traditional doctrines and methods

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Scholasticism

see synonyms of scholasticism
n.
1. often Scholasticism The dominant form of theological and philosophical study in Western Christianity in the Middle Ages, based on the authority of the Latin Fathers and of Aristotle and his commentators.
2. Close adherence to traditional methods or teachings.

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