Word: scholasticism

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Synonyms: scholasticism

academism, academicism

Translations: scholasticism

spanish
escolasticismo, escolástica, la escolástica, el escolasticismo


german
scholastik

french
scolastique, la scolastique, scholastique, la scholastique

italian
scolastica, scolasticismo, la scolastica

portuguese
escolástica, escolasticismo, a escolástica, o escolasticismo

dutch
scholastiek, de scholastiek

russian
педантство, схоластика

norwegian
skolastikk, skola

swedish
stik, skolastik, skolastiken, skolastikens, skolas

finnish
skolastiikan, skolastiikka

danish
Skolastiken, skolastikkens, skolastikken, skolastik

czech
scholastika

polish
scholastyka, scholastyk

hungarian
skolasztika, a skolasztika, a tudálékosság, tudálékosság

turkish
skolastik felsefe, skolastik, skolastizm

greek
εκπαιδευτικό δόγμα του μεσαίωνος, σχολαστικισμό, σχολαστικισμός, σχολαστικισμού, τον σχολαστικισμό

ukrainian
схоластика, схоластики, схоласта

albanian
skolastikë

bulgarian
схоластика, схоластиката, схоластицизъм, схоластичност

belarusian
схаластыка, схаластыкі

estonian
skolastika, skolastitsismi, skolastikale, skolastitsism

croatian
skolastika, sholastika

lithuanian
scholastika, Scholastycyzm

latvian
sholastika

macedonian
схоластиката, схоластика, схоластизам

romanian
scolastică, scolasticii, scolastica, scolasticism, scolasticismului

slovenian
sholastika

slovak
scholastika

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The meaning and "use of": scholasticism

noun
  • the system of theology and philosophy taught in medieval European universities, based on Aristotelian logic and the writings of the early Church Fathers and having a strong emphasis on tradition and dogma.

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