Noun(1) a person who pays more attention to formal rules and book learning than they merit(2) a Scholastic philosopher or theologian
Adjective(1) of or relating to schools(2) of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of scholasticism
(1) That is, the program and network, its host, and its audiences were more cerebral, more scholastic , and more directly concerned with effecting change than its blowhard competitors.(2) As of mid-December 2003, there were scholastic chess events scheduled in Seattle, for February 2004, that were already fully booked and closed to new registrants.(3) Internal evidence also suggests that he was a Benedictine monk and priest who was both educated and conversant with scholastic philosophy.(4) The Revolution in science overturned the authority in not only of the middle ages but of the ancient world - it ended not only in the eclipse of scholastic philosophy but in the destruction of Aristotelian physics.(5) We next explore the issue of student failure and whether increasing students' academic control can improve their scholastic development.(6) The Scholarship Board believes that part of the eligibility requirements for receipt of scholarship money is scholastic excellence.(7) Although before we parted this last time he said something about maybe getting back into scholastic teaching.(8) Certainly, many boys continue to conquer scholastic summits, especially boys from high-income families with educated parents.(9) Hobbes's contempt for scholastic philosophy is boundless.(10) Renaissance humanism gradually replaced the medieval scholastic tradition from which it emerged.(11) As the centuries passed they added more and more layers to the symbolic structures that reinforced such attitudes, while their overt messages disregarded the subtle reservations of scholastic theologians.(12) And why should a man deny his nature when that nature calls, even in the face of his scholastic learning?(13) Their key goal is achievement, but this aim is not exclusively scholastic .(14) My parents were never particularly interested in my scholastic achievements.(15) For self-perceived scholastic competence, however, students' self-ratings declined over the course of high school.(16) These children exhibited significant problems of scholastic underachievement, without any evidence of mental subnormality, learning difficulty or any behavioural or emotional disorder.
(1) scholastic year :: flwyddyn Scholastic
1. academic ::
3. school ::
4. scholarly ::
5. bookworm ::
6. pedant ::
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