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- n. The public lectures or published writings of Aristotle.
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- n.pl. The public lectures or published writings of Aristotle. See esoterics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which is publicly taught; popular instruction, especially in philosophy: originally applied to the public lectures and published writings of Aristotle.
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There were times when the thought of presenting herself as a candidate for admission into the band of literary exoterics seemed to Edna unpardonably presumptuous, almost sacrilegious, and she shrank back, humbled and abashed; for writers were teachers, interpreters, expounders, discoverers, or creators --