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- noun Plural form of
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Ramists, anti-Ramists, and semi-Ramists or syncretists; this work is being enlarged by the author to include new discov - eries.
Ramists and humanists generally in principle detested.
His followers were equally contentious, and out of the learned world of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries some 500 persons have been listed as Ramists, anti-Ramists, and semi-Ramists or syncretists, who undertook to harmonize Ramist and Aristotelian or other competing logics.
Ramists with the disputative science of Scholasticism, the naturalism of Italian thought in the Renaissance, the practical elements of the magico-alchemical tradi - tion, the revaluation of technical knowledge in the