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  • n. Plural form of nonspecialist.


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  • But thankfully for nonspecialists, it informs more vivid studies that explore flourishing PIE roots within specific, literate Indo-European cultures.4

    The English Is Coming!

  • But despite his and others' best efforts, there remains the sense that one of the 20th century's most significant scientific achievements is too confusing and counterintuitive to be understood by nonspecialists.

    Making Sense of It All

  • Yet while the Bauhaus is enshrined in the history of European architecture and modernism, the Russians are often sidelined, and only a few protagonists—such as Kazimir Malevich and El Lissitzky—are widely known by nonspecialists.

    Ideology Through Geometry

  • I find that this way of conceptualizing the policy is most convincing to nonspecialists who tend to get hung up on the risks of reducing capital requirements when institutions are most likely to fail.

    Matthew Yglesias » Regulating Leverage is More Important than Regulating Bubbles

  • Mr. Ferry aims to provide an accessible overview for nonspecialists.

    How to Think About How to Live

  • The hundreds of recipes in "The Professional Chef," which tend to be for 10 or more servings, will need to be scaled down by home cooks, and some of the book's logistical notes will not be of much interest to nonspecialists.

    Classics Made New

  • Interest groups aren't raising money off the prospect of a Yellen nomination, and nonspecialists aren't expected to have an opinion of her.

    The Supreme Court has a vacancy. The Federal Reserve has three. Anyone notice?

  • They all provoked her to think more broadly, she says, and are written by authors who are generalists, not scientists, offering perhaps a more accessible style for nonspecialists.

    Texts on the beach: What scientists recommend for summer reading

  • I have to write a summary of my thesis for nonspecialists anyways, I should totally convert that into a pubfeed.

    Listening to wisdom… « Imaginary Potential

  • As Horace notes, part of the problem with the argument that academics are overspecialized is that in our daily work lives, we rarely are: we teach survey classes, we teach texts outside our field, and we do, in fact, make big connections and address the concerns and interests of nonspecialists--our students--all the time.

    Ferule & Fescue


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