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  • noun Plural form of Ramist.

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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.

    RAMISM

  • Ramists and humanists generally in principle detested.

    RAMISM

  • 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.

    RAMISM

  • 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

    BACONIANISM

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