Noun(1) the system of philosophy dominant in medieval Europe; based on Aristotle and the Church Fathers(2) orthodoxy of a scholastic variety
(1) Medieval scholasticism has continued to fuel contemporary debates on euthanasia and abortion and it has helped revive casuistry (now called ├ö├ç├┐applied ethics├ö├ç├û and performed by committees).(2) Because most medieval physicians defended scholasticism , he was not a friend of the medical profession.(3) As the recovery work continues, it is becoming evident that medieval women were not theologically quiescent, but spoke in different theological accents from the scholasticism that dominated the theological academy.(4) Not until the late nineteenth century was it understood that his attacks on late medieval scholasticism did not result from brash ignorance but from a proper understanding of traditional theology, especially patristic.(5) To press that case, the book has to ignore most of the theological and philosophical traditions from the rise of medieval scholasticism to the twentieth-century declaration that ├ö├ç├┐God is dead.├ö├ç├û(6) This text highlights how my training in philosophy was a plunging into the history of philosophy (analytic, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Adorno etc) with its dangers of scholasticism .(7) This, however, does not seem to be either the best or the most prevalent view of scholasticism regarding synderesis.(8) A greater recognition of the role of medieval humanism, scholasticism , Gothic architecture and Catholicism in McLuhan's thought would have opened up another avenue of uniquely Canadian direction in McLuhan.(9) an absorption in the past without a hint of scholasticism(10) His major contributions however were in the fields of Madhyamaka philosophy and Abhidharma scholasticism .(11) In later life he was sensitive to the resemblance between the Thomistic scholasticism in which he was trained and the Marxist scholasticism that he embraced as an adult.(12) You may temporarily lose the will to live, under the weight of its wilful pomposity, laboured scholasticism and, let's be frank, myriad boring bits, but it won't actually kill you.(13) While borrowing much from scholasticism , Descartes' account is distinguished by its scope of application.(14) Belief in the truth that the creation is God's handiwork generated the scientific progress that began not in the eighteenth century but in medieval scholasticism .(15) Many have looked to the rise of modern science for the answer, particularly in its decisive break with medieval scholasticism .(16) Humanism is often opposed to medieval scholasticism and macaronic language.
2. academicism ::
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