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  • n. Plural form of encyclopedist.

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Examples

  • Of the three Latin encyclopedists, only Vincent included such a section, but in doing so, quoted directly from each of the Arabic authors; Spec.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Wow, systems and system functionings are all important to encyclopedists, which is what these "doctors" are--observers, writing down every aspect of a structure, starting with its whole and deevolving back through its structures within structures and the functioning systems within those structures--or that big structure Comte used Sociology to explain society in France before and after the Revolution--its theological structure; its metaphysical or humanitarian structure, and its scientific structure--the structural ironworks of that which should have led to great positive feelings in France after the Napoleonic era.

    Among the Simple

  • He admired the philosophers and encyclopedists who had in recent decades made such an impact in Europe, and he agreed with some of their liberal ideas.

    'Island Beneath the Sea'

  • Since the Catholic Encyclopedia is a niche encyclopedia, it would require looking at the context in which it was written, namely, in the context of what would have been generally recognized by educated Catholics of the sort had in view by the encyclopedists in 1917; in the context of the article, the natural approach would also be to look at Bacon and Arnold, to whom the article explicitly refers on this point.

    Do Atheists Exist?

  • One must conclude that the encyclopedists are not “thinking men.”

    Do Atheists Exist?

  • Bacon and Arnold correctly point out that this strong form of atheism is a straw man, * and the encyclopedists appear to accept this, then immediately turn around and try to argue against it.

    Do Atheists Exist?

  • The encyclopedists, Diderot at their head; the physiocrates, Turgot at their head; the philosophers,

    Les Miserables

  • Suppose scholars the world over were to learn of a serious online encyclopedia effort in which the results were not proprietary to the encyclopedists, but were freely distributable under an open content license in virtually any desired medium.

    The Hive

  • As with many encyclopedists and lexicographers, Roget probably considered his labors to be in part a philanthropic endeavor.

    A Taxonomy of Knowledge

  • The Hippocratic Aphorisms, well known to Arabic and Latin medical writers, contained a list of illnesses unique to childhood but simply described the pathologies without providing any etiology or cure. 135 While Mustio briefly treated pediatric illnesses,136 it was only with the Arabic encyclopedists that an extensive discussion of practical pediatrics appeared.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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