- n. Plural form of Paracelsian.
“Characteristic of the Paracelsians was their firm opposition to the dominant Aristotelian-Galenic tradition of the universities.”
“Is it full of spirits which inhabit it, as the Paracelsians and Platonists hold, the higher the more noble,  full of birds, or a mere vacuum to no purpose?”
“Paracelsians or the empty shell of Aristotelianism.”
“For a bibliography of Paracelsus and the later Paracelsians see”
“The Paracelsians sought to interpret their world in terms of alchemy or chemistry.”
“The Paracelsians approached medicine in a similar fashion.”
“An important example may be found in Ger - hard Dorn's defense of the Paracelsians which he based on an analysis of the “Physics of Genesis” and the”
“The Paracelsians constantly called for a new observational approach to nature, and for them chemistry or alchemy seemed to be the best example of what this new science should be.”
“The Paracelsians were quick to offer an alchemical”
“The Paracelsians were quick to offer an alchemical interpretation of Genesis.”
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