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  • n. The condition of being a savant.


savant +‎ -ism (Wiktionary)


  • Your suspicion is groundless, because you have no reason to think that the Designer exhibits a general intelligence instead of a perfectly narrow, unlearning savantism.

    Bunny and a Book

  • I meant I do not believe I have the Charge syndrome as subset of autism, but I do have savantism.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Templars and other Monastic Military Orders:

  • I only see one article where autism and Charge syndrome might overlap, but I do not see any savantism in Charge syndrome.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Templars and other Monastic Military Orders:

  • Includes savantism, temporal lobe epilepsy and synesthesia.

    Posthuman Blues

  • To me, the crown of savantism is to be, that it surely opens the way for a more splendid theology, and for ampler and diviner songs.

    Collect ; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose

  • Simon: TerenceC Says: Simon I never said anything abo ... michael reynolds: Kevin: It's a case of savantism.


  • The notion of the savant has long been fascinating cognitive scientists and the general public, but a connection between autism and savantism was not established until now.

    Medindia Health News

  • Not all people with autism have an incredible gift or savantism for numbers or music.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • "That jumped to me as someone with time-space synaesthesia, and I immediately asked: is the time-synaesthesia a necessary component of the savantism?"

    Red Ice Creations

  • In the novel, a Russian task force has harvested this bloodline of incestuous psychic gypsy children in order to use their autistic savantism to foretell world events and cause a cataclysmic world destruction by utilizing the radioactive fallout from Chernobyl.



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