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  • n. Casuistry.
  • n. The recording and study of individual cases.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Casuistry.
  • n. The record and study of individual cases of disease.

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Examples

  • It is obvious from this illustration how the casuistics of Saint Al - phonsus strove to help in the individual case without hurting general law.

    CASUISTRY

  • This is the stand-point of Chinese and of Talmudic ethics, and to a certain extent, of the casuistics of some Romish moralists.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

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